Video: Scrape out your eye boogers because even the most quotidian breakfast foods look like incredible NASA photos through a thermal camera. A mug of coffee looks like a cup of lava; a toaster more closely resembles a furnace; and washing the dishes becomes an alarming proposition. It's so damn cool, we won't even blame the videographer Scott Sorensen for skipping the bacon.
A Hot Breakfast Looks Even More Delicious Under A Thermal Camera
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