Custom scanning hyperspectral imaging system for biomedical applications: modeling, benchmarking, and specifications

Abstract: Prototyping hyperspectral imaging devices in current biomedical optics research requires taking into consideration various issues regarding optics, imaging, and instrumentation. In summary, an ideal imaging system should only be limited by exposure time, but there will be technological limitations (e.g., actuator delay and backlash, network delays, or embedded CPU speed) that should be considered, modeled, and optimized. This can be achieved by constructing a multiparametric model for the imaging system in question. The article describes a rotating-mirror scanning hyperspectral imaging device, its multiparametric model, as well as design and calibration protocols used to achieve its optimal performance. The main objective of the manuscript is to describe the device and review this imaging modality, while showcasing technical caveats, models and benchmarks, in an attempt to simplify and standardize specifications, as well as to incentivize prototyping similar future designs.

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 Autoría: Gutiérrez-Gutiérrez J., Pardo A., Real E., López-Higuera J., Conde O.,

 Fuente: Sensors 2019, 19(7), 1692

Editorial: MDPI

 Fecha de publicación: 09/04/2019

Nº de páginas: 22

Tipo de publicación: Artículo de Revista

DOI: 10.3390/s19071692

ISSN: 1424-8220

Proyecto español: TEC2016-76021-C2-2-R