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Here you can find the hypespectral datasets we have collected with our [http://www.surfaceoptics.net/products_details.php?id=10 SOC710 hyperspectral VNIR camera]. Some of the hyperspectral cubes are directly available from here, but if you are interested in ordering the full dataset, please don't hesitate in [http://www.ehu.es/ccwintco/index.php/Contacto contacting us]. All the images are freely available for scientific purpouses. If you use them please make reference to the <b>Grupo de Inteligencia Computacional, Universidad del Pais Vasco (Spain)</b>.
 
Here you can find the hypespectral datasets we have collected with our [http://www.surfaceoptics.net/products_details.php?id=10 SOC710 hyperspectral VNIR camera]. Some of the hyperspectral cubes are directly available from here, but if you are interested in ordering the full dataset, please don't hesitate in [http://www.ehu.es/ccwintco/index.php/Contacto contacting us]. All the images are freely available for scientific purpouses. If you use them please make reference to the <b>Grupo de Inteligencia Computacional, Universidad del Pais Vasco (Spain)</b>.
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The hyperspectral dataset are images of twelve different objects with different materials, colors and textures. To take the images, the objects have been situated in front of a chroma orange screen and illuminated with a hard light from a common 11W 56/60Hz bulb. The illumination source was situated one meter aprox. from the object in a 30º angle (aprox.) respect to the axis of the camera. The camera distance to the object and focus were selected so each object was in first plane occuping most of the image.

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Here you can find the hypespectral datasets we have collected with our SOC710 hyperspectral VNIR camera. Some of the hyperspectral cubes are directly available from here, but if you are interested in ordering the full dataset, please don't hesitate in contacting us. All the images are freely available for scientific purpouses. If you use them please make reference to the Grupo de Inteligencia Computacional, Universidad del Pais Vasco (Spain).

The hyperspectral dataset are images of twelve different objects with different materials, colors and textures. To take the images, the objects have been situated in front of a chroma orange screen and illuminated with a hard light from a common 11W 56/60Hz bulb. The illumination source was situated one meter aprox. from the object in a 30º angle (aprox.) respect to the axis of the camera. The camera distance to the object and focus were selected so each object was in first plane occuping most of the image.