Spectral Imaging

Spectral imaging has been researched worldwide in fields ranging from remote sensing to microscopy for quantitative chemical mapping. We have developed a range of new spectral imaging techniques that are enabling time-­resolved spectral and hyperspectral imaging for real-­world applications for the first time. This includes remote sensing, military surveillance, biomedical and retinal imaging and in vivo and in vitro conventional and Raman spectroscopy.


image of eye at many wavelengths using IRIS

Above: image of human eye at 8 wavelengths taken using IRIS (Image Replicating Imaging Spectrometer).