What does multispectral mean?
Multi + Spectral : Forms with the words many + spectrum. Can be defined as mullti wavelength too. Any image taken by colored cameras involves different wavelenght light. Light is the name that is given to a portion of electromagnetic waves. Human eye is sensitive only to visible light section of the wide range electromagnetic waves. Shortest wavelength and longest wavelength in the visible spectrum are 400nm* (Purple) and 700nm (Red) respectively.
White light is formed by lightwaves between 400nm-700nm. White light which is defined as daylight is combination of all colors within this spectrum.
Radiation shorter than 400 nm is named as Ultraviolet(UV). There is no sharp border between visible light and UV. UV radiation down to 350 nm can be seen by naked eyes.
Wavelength radiation longer than 700 nm are named as infrared(abbreviation is:IR. Between 700 nm - 1350 nm).
In general usage mobile devices (cameras or video cameras), limiter filters are placed in front of imaging sensors(CCD, CMOS etc.) for cameras to take best quality pictures and for preventing negative effects of different wavelengths. These filters are like our eyes only transmit visible wavelengths of light.
White light passing a prism will divide to its components. Every wavelength has a different frequency and sensed by eyes as different colors.
Deep Skin MultiSpectral Imaging:
ForenScope can record non-invasive polarized or non-polarized images within 13** different wavelength(from 365 nm to Deep Red) up to 1.7 mm beneath the skin. [1 - 2]
Multispectral imaging is based on taking images from the area with different wavelengths.
Every area inspected absorbs different wavelengths of light and sends back. Sometimes this event happens in very narrow wavelengths and can only be seen with the help of special filters that are placed in front of eyes or cameras.
By means of revolutionary Forenscope System, you can take images with your mobile device within all wavelengths between 365 nm - 700 nm by customization for your specific purposes with (within narrowed wavelength band) and record them.
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*(Nanometer : Meter's substage, abbreviation : nm. 1 nm = 10-9 m.)
** R&D process is still ongoing for extending nm bands that are used.
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 Yaroslavsky, Anna N., Victor Neel, and R. Rox Anderson. "Demarcation of nonmelanoma skin cancer margins in thick excisions using multispectral polarized light imaging." Journal of investigative dermatology 121.2 (2003): 259-266.