A New Take on Snapshot Hyperspectal ImagingA picture is worth a thousand words, but it is not the whole story. Hyperspectral imaging provides an extra dimension of data to a two dimensional spatial image. This permits the identification of objects based on color, chemical makeup, heat, or a near infrared signature.
One key challenge remaining in the industry is building the hypercube, the required 3-D block of data, instantly. Solving this, unleashes the power of video monitoring, real-time applications, and true portability.
The Spectral Imaging Cube™ by Stream Technologies, optically splits full images into multiple images - each in its own spectral band. All done in real time, with no need for complex computing.
Spectral Imaging Cubes can be designed to operate over a broad range (UV to NIR), or can cover a narrower spectral range at a higher resolution.
The Stream Optical Platform supports designs to suit a wide variety of applications. Call our team to discuss yours.
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- Photonics Spectra Article
- First Product Ships
- Spectral Imaging Cube White Paper
- Spectral Imaging Demonstration
- Tunable Optical Filter Simulator
- Frequently asked Questions
Read the latest published article.
Stream ships Spectral and Variable Spectral Imaging Cube.
White Paper of Stream Spectral Imaging Cube.
Video demonstrating tuning across spectral range and narrowing bandwidths, both in visible and infrared spectrum.
Select wavelength position and see spectral filtering effects at various scales.
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