Comparison of fist: image taken with a normal camera (left), HyperCam images (right)
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Winter 2016

UW CSE graduate student Alex Mariakakis presents HyperCam, a new, low-cost hyperspectral camera developed by UW's UbiComp Lab in collaboration with Microsoft Research. HyperCam is capable of capturing details beneath the surface and unseen by the naked eye. Unlike existing hyperspectral imaging systems that can cost tens of thousands of dollars, HyperCam comes in at around $800 and could cost as little as $50 to incorporate into a mobile phone, with potential applications in food quality monitoring, biometric security, gaming, and health sensing.

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Fri, 03/04/2016