WHAT IS MULTISPECTRAL?
Multi + Spectral : A combination of multiple + spectral words. It can be defined as multi wavelength too. Any image taken by colored cameras involves different wavelenght light. Light means a portion of electromagnetic waves. Human eye is sensitive only to visible light section of the wide range electromagnetic waves.
Shortest and longest wavelength in the visible spectrum are 400nm* (Purple) and 700nm (Red)..
White light consist light waves between 400nm-700nm. White light which is defined as daylight is combination of all colors within this spectrum.
Ultraviolet (UV) is an electromagnetic radiation with a wavelength less than 400 nm and can be divided in various ways, with the three most common ranges being UVA (315-400 nm), UVB (280-315 nm) and UVC (100-280 nm). There is no definite limit between UV and daylight. UV lights are visible up to 350 nm.
IR, Infrared radiation is a type of electromagnetic radiation with a wavelength more than 700 nm and can be divided in various ways, with the three most common ranges being IR-A(700nm-1.400nm / 07µm-1.4 µm), IR-B(1.400nm-3.000nm / 1.4µm-3 µm) and IR-C(3.000nm-1mm / 3µm-1.000 µm ***)
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.
When white light is passed through a prism, it can be split into other wavelength components .Each wavelength has a different frequency and it is perceived as a different color by the eyes.
Deep Skin MultiSpectral Imaging:
ForenScope can record non-invasive polarized or non-polarized images within 26** different wavelength (from 254nm Ultraviolet to 1.050nm Infrared) with recording non-invasive subcutaneous digital images with features that are not visible to the naked eye. [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.
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*(Nanometer : Meter's substage, abbreviation : nm. 1 nm = 10-9 m.)
** (We are not working on UV, VUV yada EUV for now )
*** (millimeter: Abbreviations mm. 1mm: . 1mm: 1.000 µm(micrometre)
*** R & D studies are continuing to increase the nm range to support wider useage.