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Hyperspectral images

An overview of hyperspectral images, and spectral response curves, and how they might be used in phenotypiing. Presented by Professor Andy French.

Cameras can capture a much greater range of wavelengths of light than the human eye can detect.

Images with data across the full range of wavelengths of light are known as hyperspectral images.

This video discusses how hyperspectral images containing data at these extra wavelengths are structured. We also introduce spectral response curves and how the can be used in plant phenotyping.

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Introduction to Image Analysis for Plant Phenotyping

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