The research team of RECENDT has published prrogress on their new mid-infrared hypespectral scanner illustrating material separation using perClass Mira
Reference: J.Kilgus, R.Zimmerleiter, K.Duswald, F.Hinterleitner, G.Langer and M.Brandstetter, Applications of a novel low-cost hyperspectral imaging setupoperating in the mid-infrared region, in proc.of EUROSENSOR 2018 conference, Graz, Austria, 9-12 September 2018
Abstract: In this contribution we demonstrate the realization and application of a low-cost, flexible, small and fast hyperspectral imaging sensor operating in the molecular fingerprint region where most molecules exhibit their fundamental vibrations. Hereby the recording of chemical images of macroscopic-sized samples at standoff distancesin reflection geometry is possible. The presented approach is based on spectral identification by means of a MEMS-based Fabry-Pérot interferometer combined with 2D-snapshot spatial resolution usinga bolometer camera. Results show the successful spatially resolved (resolution below 500 μm) chemical identification of different samples deposited on a metal surface (6x5cm) at distances of 35cm.