17 August 2009 VNIR hypersensor camera system
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The hypersensor camera operates with a unique multispectral imaging modality developed recently at Surface Optics Corporation. The Hypersensor camera is small, low cost, rugged, and solid state, using micro-optics and an array of spectral filters, which captures a complete multispectral cube of spatial and spectral data with every focal plane exposure. The prototype VNIR Hypersensor camera captures full cubes of 588x438 (spatial pixels) x 16 (spectral bands) at frame rates up to 60 Hz. This paper discusses the optical design of the Hypersensor camera, the measured performance, and the design and operation of a custom video-rate hyperspectral processor developed for this system.
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David B. Cavanaugh, David B. Cavanaugh, James M. Lorenz, James M. Lorenz, Nora Unwin, Nora Unwin, Mark Dombrowski, Mark Dombrowski, Paul Willson, Paul Willson, } "VNIR hypersensor camera system", Proc. SPIE 7457, Imaging Spectrometry XIV, 74570O (17 August 2009); doi: 10.1117/12.833539; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.833539
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