PIXELTEQ¹s imaging to help reveal mysteries
Golden, Colorado (February 13, 2013) PIXELTEQ¹s SpectroCam multispectral camera will be used in an upcoming episode of ABC¹s new "Zero Hour" television series. "Zero Hour," an adventure thriller, premieres tomorrow, Feb.14, and the SpectroCam is expected to appear in the second episode, ³Face,² the next Thursday, February 21 at 8 p.m. EST.
Multispectral imaging is used more and more frequently to highlight features beyond our human vision creating live, data-rich images with UV, visible and infrared light for use in biomedical, forensic, food safety, security and other commercial and industrial applications.
To catch a glimpse of the SpectroCam on "Zero Hour," click on the show¹s ABC page here to watch a video preview. The SpectroCam makes its appearance at the 18 second mark.
SpectroCam is part of the PIXELTEQ family of spectral filter, sensor and camera solutions announced last month. To learn more about PIXELTEQ visit PIXELTEQ.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call +1 303.273.9700.
PIXELTEQ provides OEM spectral sensing and imaging products, patterned optical filters and custom electro-optical devices for a variety of aerospace, biomedical, industrial, scientific and security applications. At the heart of each multispectral device is an array of pixel-level spectral filters purpose-built for applications. Leveraging comprehensive know-how in thin film coating, micro-patterning and electro-optical integration, PIXELTEQ¹s specialists collaborate with client teams to provide expert design assistance and custom-engineered solutions from rapid prototyping through high-volume OEM production. PIXELTEQ solutions are provided by Ocean Thin Films, Inc., a subsidiary of Halma plc, an international market leader in safety, health and environmental technology.
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