Hyperspectral imaging

A hyperspectral camera can be used to capture images at several different wavelenghts.

Hyperspectral imaging

3 hyperspectral cameraes with a spectral range of 400nm – 2500 nm has been installed in the Visualisation Laboratory. The cameraes has been used in experiments for characterization of silicon wafers and several preliminary experiments. Several projects are currently being initiated.

PostDoc Ingunn Burud works with the development of hyper spectral imaging. Senior Engeneer Andreas Flø is now working on hyper spectral imaging on solar cell materials.

The hyperspectral camera in the Visualisation Laboratory at IMT
The hyperspectral camera in the Visualisation Laboratory at IMT Photo: Andreas Flø
Imaging lab
Imaging lab Photo: Ingunn Burud
Field setup with VIS hyperspectral camera
Field setup with VIS hyperspectral camera Photo: Andreas Flø
Published 8. April 2014 - 15:17 - Updated 23. May 2017 - 19:42