Unispectral Debuts Industry’s First Mass Market ColorIR Tunable NIR Filter and Spectral IR Camera
Unispectral’s miniature tunable filter turns low cost IR cameras into 700-950nm spectral cameras. It is best suited for facial recognition, consumer portable devices, IOT, robotics and mass market cameras. ColorIR products enable advanced machine vision, material sensing and computational photography
Unispectral, developer of the ColorIR filter, announced the availability of a new Evaluation Kit for its tunable NIR filter and camera.
The core product consists of a tunable MEMS filter assembled on a camera module. RaspberryPi is used to capture parameters and interface by USB/WiFi to PC or Mobile device. SDK is included to develop additional applications.
“Our excellent team is proud to roll out this tunable filter which connects seeing with sensing. It makes spectral cameras accessible for mass-market platforms. The market strives to find an effective solution for adding spectral information to cameras and we believe our technology offers the best blend of performance, and cost,” said Ariel Raz, CEO of Unispectral.
The ColorIR camera captures multiple frames in different NIR wavelengths, filtered by a miniature Fabry–Pérot optical cavity MEMS. This unique solution breaks the price for legacy spectral cameras, thereby enabling new markets and use cases.
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Different Use Cases of ColorIR
Security Market: Facial Authentication, Access Control, Payment Terminals.
Smartphone Camera: image enhancement, low light and shadow picture corrections
Medical Market: Remote health inspection
Agriculture: Fruit inspection, Pesticide detection
Industrial: Production line inspection
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Unispectral ColorIR EVK
ColorIR EVK is offered to customers for both performance evaluation and application development. It captures the filtered images while processing is done locally on the RaspberryPi, or exported to a PC via USB/WiFi. It includes a 4.3″ touchscreen for easy operation.
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