Bodkin Design to demonstrate the ground-breaking ULTRIS 20 Hyperspectral Light Field Camera at the Fall Meeting of the AGU, San Francisco December 2019
Bodkin Design & Engineering will be at AGU Booth 235 demonstrating the Cubert ULTRIS™ camera, a ground-breaking innovation in Hyperspectral Imaging. Producing an unprecedented 400x400x100 snapshot data-cubes at 6Hz.
This instrument is a unique addition to our family of Snapshot and Slit- Scan Hyperspectral Imagers from Cubert, Silios, Corning and of course Bodkin Design.
Cubert’s new ULTRIS™ camera was developed based on Light Field technology. The camera features an Ultra-HD CMOS 20 MP sensor, lenslet array and continuously variable bandpass filter. The camera provides an image resolution of 400×400 spatial pixels with 100 spectral channels, covering a continuous wavelength range from 450nm to 850nm.
During image acquisition, the object is recorded with a multitude of images, each with its own linear variable bandpass filter with a different center wavelength. The unparalleled number of 160,000 spectra are acquired simultaneously with this unique optical processor. The 12-bit image sensor makes it possible to detect minute intensity differences in the spectral content while keeping the noise level exceptionally low, and the dual GigE camera interface guarantees a data-cube rate of 6 Hz.