MULTISPECTRAL IMAGING: CMOS imager with mosaic filter detects skin disorders

A miniaturized multispectral imager uses a multiwavelength narrowband filter to replace the standard Bayer color filter on a digital camera, changing a monochrome CMOS sensor laminated with the filter into a multiwavelength sensor.

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A miniaturized multispectral imager uses a multiwavelength narrowband filter to replace the standard Bayer color filter on a digital camera, changing a monochrome CMOS sensor laminated with the filter into a multiwavelength sensor. The camera acquires spectral images in a snapshot. The introduction of a portable, low-cost MMSI should change a broad range of medical fields in a revolutionary way. Linghua Kong, Stephen Sprigle, Dingrong Yi, Chao Wang, Jayme Capsule, Fengtao Wang, and Fuhan Liu of the Georgia Institute of Technology
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