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any suggestion?

I mean where I can learn the basic first?

This video has nothing to do with detecting fire with a camera, but it does however have motion detector. Which you could replace with a heat detector and perhaps have a camera hooked to it.

It should give you some ideas.

This link on the other hand, has some Infra Red cameras

http://www.directindustry.com/cat/detectio...AB-562-_31.html

You could redesign them, in such a way that when it detects heat it could alert you via an SMS or Email.

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Most chip cameras are infrared sensitive and have an IR blocking filter so they are not overloaded,.

Its usually quite straight forward to remove it (warranty=void) and replace it with black exposed film to create an visible blocking, IR pass filter, and Fanny's your aunt! you have an IR camera. B)

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This video has nothing to do with detecting fire with a camera, but it does however have motion detector. Which you could replace with a heat detector and perhaps have a camera hooked to it.

It should give you some ideas.

This link on the other hand, has some Infra Red cameras

http://www.directindustry.com/cat/detectio...AB-562-_31.html

You could redesign them, in such a way that when it detects heat it could alert you via an SMS or Email.

Most chip cameras are infrared sensitive and have an IR blocking filter so they are not overloaded,.

Its usually quite straight forward to remove it (warranty=void) and replace it with black exposed film to create an visible blocking, IR pass filter, and Fanny's your aunt! you have an IR camera. B)

Thanks for suggestion first but I want to build it from normal webcam.

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