Published on: 05-Oct-2017
Cameras that can see wavelengths invisible to the human eye, such as infrared and ultraviolet light, have revolutionised biomedical imaging, surveillance and many other fields. They can reveal the temperatures of buildings, for instance, and detect diseases in the human body.
Still, such multispectral cameras have limitations. Users have to choose between spectral resolution and range, and the trade-off between the two parameters is pre-set and fixed when the cameras are manufactured.
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