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J. Imaging, Volume 5, Issue 1 (January 2019) – 21 articles
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Cover Story (view full-size image) We describe an integrated system that produces low-rate video hyperspectral image sequences by [...] Read more. We describe an integrated system that produces low-rate video hyperspectral image sequences by merging a hyperspectral line scanner, operating in the visible and near infrared field, with a high-speed pan-tilt system and an integrated IMU-GPS that provides system pointing. The integrated unit is operated from atop a telescopic mast, which also allows imaging of the same surface area or objects from multiple-view zenith directions, useful for bi-directional reflectance data acquisition and analysis. The telescopic mast platform also enables stereo hyperspectral image acquisition, and therefore, the ability to construct a digital elevation model of the surface. We provide two examples of low-rate video hyperspectral image sequences from field experiments in a coastal setting and in a moving vehicle test. View this paper.