Wouter Charle

Program Manager for Hyperspectral Imaging, imec

Wouter Charle is program manager for hyperspectral imaging at imec (Leuven, Belgium), leading off-the-shelf and evaluation system activities.

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FIGURE 1. Thanks to a small form factor and compatibility with standard C-mount optics, imec’s snapscan can easily be mounted on a standard surgical microscope.
FIGURE 1. Thanks to a small form factor and compatibility with standard C-mount optics, imec’s snapscan can easily be mounted on a standard surgical microscope.
FIGURE 1. Thanks to a small form factor and compatibility with standard C-mount optics, imec’s snapscan can easily be mounted on a standard surgical microscope.
FIGURE 1. Thanks to a small form factor and compatibility with standard C-mount optics, imec’s snapscan can easily be mounted on a standard surgical microscope.
FIGURE 1. Thanks to a small form factor and compatibility with standard C-mount optics, imec’s snapscan can easily be mounted on a standard surgical microscope.
Bio&Life Sciences

Making the case for hyperspectral imaging in surgical practices

Feb. 3, 2023
Hyperspectral cameras provide much more information about an object’s physical properties than can be discerned with the naked eye—making it ideal for use during surgeries.
FIGURE 1. Hyperspectral imaging chip with per-pixel filters forming a 4 × 4 pixel mosaic.
FIGURE 1. Hyperspectral imaging chip with per-pixel filters forming a 4 × 4 pixel mosaic.
FIGURE 1. Hyperspectral imaging chip with per-pixel filters forming a 4 × 4 pixel mosaic.
FIGURE 1. Hyperspectral imaging chip with per-pixel filters forming a 4 × 4 pixel mosaic.
FIGURE 1. Hyperspectral imaging chip with per-pixel filters forming a 4 × 4 pixel mosaic.
Detectors & Imaging

Hyperspectral video: The fast track to scalable solutions

Oct. 18, 2022
Chip integration is unlocking the full potential of hyperspectral imaging as an easy-to-use, low-cost, and compact solution for the industry. An entire ecosystem is now emerging...