- The team patented an optical component based on existing microelectromechanical or “MEMS” technology, suitable for mass production and compatible with standard smartphone camera designs. The combination of this optical component and newly designed software go further than current smartphone cameras by offering superior imaging performance and hyperspectral imaging capabilities.
- Every material object has a hyperspectral signature, its own distinctive chemical fingerprint. Once the camera acquires an image, the data would be further analyzed to extract the hyperspectral content at any location in the image.
- Unispectral is in talks with other companies to analyze data from its cameras’ images. This back-end analyzer would need a large database of hyperspectral signatures at its disposal. Applications of the sensor include remote health monitoring and industrial quality control.
TAU researchers move Star Trek’s fictional “Tricorder” into the real world
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