Low-Cost Hyperspectral Imaging with A Smartphone.


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Abstract

Recent advances in smartphone technologies have opened the door to the development of accessible, highly portable sensing tools capable of accurate and reliable data collection in a range of environmental settings. In this article, we introduce a low-cost smartphone-based hyperspectral imaging system that can convert a standard smartphone camera into a visible wavelength hyperspectral sensor for ca. £100. To the best of our knowledge, this represents the first smartphone capable of hyperspectral data collection without the need for extensive post processing. The Hyperspectral Smartphone's abilities are tested in a variety of environmental applications and its capabilities directly compared to the laboratory-based analogue from our previous research, as well as the wider existing literature. The Hyperspectral Smartphone is capable of accurate, laboratory- and field-based hyperspectral data collection, demonstrating the significant promise of both this device and smartphone-based hyperspectral imaging as a whole.

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Keywords
environmental monitoring, field deployable, hyperspectral, low-cost, portable, smartphone
Journal Title
J Imaging
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Journal ISSN
2313-433X
2313-433X
Volume Title
7
Publisher
MDPI AG
Sponsorship
Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EP/M009106/1, EP/R513313/1)