Abstract

Hyperspectral imaging spectrometry allows simultaneous acquisition of spatio-spectral information in the form of a multi-dimensional data cube. Such information can be used for numerous applications ranging from remote sensing to diagnostic imaging. Examples of direct image mapping spectrometers will be described, including design details and performance characterization. A number of application examples will be given.

© 2018 Optical Society of Japan

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