Hyperspectral imager for medical imaging by Bodkin Design and Engineering

The VNIR-90 hyperspectral imager from Bodkin Design and Engineering captures spectral images within fixed tissue or in vivo biological samples, in a single video frame, for real-time identification and analysis.

VNIR-90 hyperspectral imager from Bodkin Design and Engineering
VNIR-90 hyperspectral imager from Bodkin Design and Engineering

The VNIR-90 hyperspectral imager from Bodkin Design and Engineering (Newton, MA) captures spectral images within fixed tissue or in vivo biological samples, in a single video frame, for real-time identification and analysis. The company's HyperPixel Array (HPA) technology combines spectral data with spatial information to create 3D hyperspectral "data cubes" at video rates, enabling the ability to "see" over 90 spectral bands with no motion artifacts and maximum signal-to-noise.

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