Hyperspectral Camera Made with DSLR

Posted on December 19, 2011 by saya

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Hyperspectral sensors are usually quite expensive, which keeps many people away from utilizing the hyperspectral image technology. That’s so pity! Hence some scientists have decided to turn a DSLR into a hyperspectral camera using stock SLR glass, a gel diffraction filter, PVC pipe, duct tape and other materials. Certainly they succeeded, as the cheap imaging spectrometer can deliver spectral resolution equal to that of commercial solutions but at a far lower cost. The experiment and process may sound easy, but to construct such a camera you may need to master quite large amount of knowledge.

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