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4 October 2020 Video spectroscopy and high-speed hyperspectral imaging
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Cubert GmbH (Germany) has developed a novel snapshot hyperspectral imaging approach. Our camera is based on light field technology, where both the intensity and direction of incident light rays are used to produce spectral images. The camera combines a continuously variable bandpass filter, a multi-lens array and a 20-MP CMOS sensor. This spectral camera comes with a native resolution of 410x410 pixel, resulting in 168,100 pixels, each with 125 spectral bands covering 450-950nm, taken in a single snapshot. Our snapshot imaging spectrometer captures the entire scene in a few milliseconds or less, which makes it a game-changer in real-time spectral imaging and video spectroscopy.
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András Jung, Matthias Locherer, and René Heine "Video spectroscopy and high-speed hyperspectral imaging", Proc. SPIE 11576, Hyperspectral Imaging and Applications, 115760F (4 October 2020);

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