A camera that sees the invisible

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By revealing colour gradations, hyperspectral imaging can detect everything from gas leaks to melanoma.

Infographic detailing the basis for hyperspectral imaging and how the 'vision' of a hyperspectral camera compares to that of the human eye.

By Julie Berclaz

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