One U.K women found out about a disease she was unaware of until she walked through the thermal camera. A 41-year-old woman was on a family trip to Edinburgh in May. Bal Gill noticed an unusual heat patch on her breast. She was passing through a thermal camera at ‘Camera Obscura & a world of illusions.’ This discovery leads her to the Cancer diagnosis. Gill expressed her experience in the world of illusion website saying. She visited the capital of Scotland with her family during school holidays this May. Her family decided to pay a visit to the museum, where they discovered her breast cancer.
The Berkshire resident Gill expressed that, “While roaming around in the museum, we went to the thermal imaging camera room. My family and I started posing and took images.” While taking the picture, Gill noticed a red heat patch inside her left breast. “We thought it was odd and unusual.” Her family members did not have the same patch. Hers was the only picture with the red patch on her left breast. Gill said she carried the film with her and enjoyed her visit to the museum. While looking through the vacation pictures, she again noticed her odd picture.
Gill searched on the internet about the heat patch and came across lots of articles on breast cancer. “I made an appointment with the doctor. The patch turned out to be of the breast cancer, which fortunately was in its early stage.” Gill underwent two surgeries since she found out about her breast cancer. Her third surgery will prevent the disease from spreading. Gill’s life changed after she walked through the thermal camera. Gill is grateful for her picnic. “I know it’s not the intention of the camera, but for me, that holiday was a life-changing visit. The museum manager, Andrew Johnson, expressed his thoughts on the incident saying, “We were not aware that the thermal cameras have the potential to detect life-changing symptoms.” They wished Gill the good health and fortune.