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Master Thesis

Étude et réalisation d’un ensemble caméra hyper spectrale

Abstract : This paper describes the realization of a hyper spectral imaging system as part of a final project of CNAM (National Conservatory of Arts and Crafts) engineering studies. The aim of this imaging system is to perform the acquisition of images in order to reveal elements not visible to the human eye but also not visible when flooded in all the wavelengths. The analysis domain covers Ultra Violet electromagnetic spectrum as well as visible wavelengths and also Infra-Red ranging from 200 nm to 2600 nm. Each waveband acquired has a bandwidth of 40 nm with a transmittance of 70%. The 30 wavebands sample the spectral domain homogeneously over the entire working spectrum. The imaging system is portable and is connected to a PC. The system is controlled via USB port and video stream is acquired by USB and Firewire ports.
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Dominique Lahaye. Étude et réalisation d’un ensemble caméra hyper spectrale. Electronique. 2011. ⟨dumas-01076620⟩



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