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Cubert "Snapshot" Hyperspectral & Multispectral Cameras

Cubert Hyperspectral Imager

Hyperspectral and multispectral snapshot imaging spectrometer systems from Cubert combine light weight with a rugged design to provide high-speed, real-time spectral imaging in the 355-1000nm wavelength range. All Cubert devices are snapshot imaging spectrometers with no moving parts. The Cubert range encompasses three, distinct families: the FireflEYE hyperspectral multipoint imaging spectrometers (MPS); the ButterflEYE multispectral "filter-on-chip" (FoC) cameras; and the DragonflEYE multisensor cameras.

FireflEYE Hyperspectral Imager

 

ButterflEYE Multispectral Imager

 

DragonflEYE Multisensor Imager

Cubert FireflEYE Hyperspectral Camera   Cubert ButterflEYE Hyperspectral Camera   Cubert DragonflEYE Hyperspectral Camera
         

Cubert's FireflEYE is a family of hyperspectral cameras based upon multipoint spectrometer (MPS) technology providing up to 125 spectral bands. With "snap shot" images all the spectral information is collected at the same time with no movement of the device or sample. The MPS technology enables images to be collected at video rates and with high spectral resolution.

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Cubert's ButterflEYE family of multispectral cameras are based on filter-on-chip (FoC) technology. Standard colour imagers use a Bayer pattern of red, green and blue filters on the image sensor to create a colour image. In a similar way, the ButterflEYE cameras use a mosaic of filters, in this case Fabry-Perot filter sets, to provide patterns of either 16, 25 or 41 different wavelength filters. As a result these cameras create snapshot images with greater spatial resolution that the FireFlEYE cameras but with lower spectral resolution.

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Cubert's DragonflEYE family of multispectral cameras use up to 4 imaging sensors that simultaneously image through one optical path comprising of beam-splitters and one common lens. Each sensor can be filtered to be sensitive to a specific waveband. Also, one of the sensors can be a standard RGB colour sensor. As a result, the final combined image can provide up to 6 spectral bands. The DragonflEYE provides the best spatial resolution but with reduced spectral resolution.

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