Make your own: Camera calibration (semi-automated)

1. Introduction This document describes a rigorous approach to estimating the relative spectral sensitivities of a digital camera. Our process maintains a chain of calibration, from certified calibrated light sources through to the digital camera, to ensure consistent results. Each

List of Spectral Sensitivities

We have started to collect a list of literature featuring research on spectral sensitivities of photoreceptors in a variety of organisms. Please let us know if you are aware of research that should be featured on this site. This list

Make Your Own: Colour & Grey Standard

Colour and grey standards are diverse and should be fitted to their purpose. As they fundamentally define the quality of the image data they deserve careful attention prior to image acquisition. There is a range of commercially available colour standards

Make Your Own: Camera Calibration (manual method)

One can use multiple ways to calibrate a camera for MICA. Here, we present the “standard” and most thorough methdology: Calibrating a Camera using a Monochromator and a Spectroradiometer In essence, the process entails: Projecting a light beam of narrow

Make Your Own: Spectral Sensitivity & Illuminant Files

The MICA toolbox allows the user to import any desired spectral sensitivities or illuminant. It is important that the files have 1nm bins and are formatted correctly as .csv files. Please use existing files in the toolbox to see how