I am trying to visualize fluorescence using the Raspberry Pi camera ; but it seems like it doesn't work. I was thus wondering if the problem could come from the camera (change in colors?).
Thank you for your help!
Digital cameras have an array of tiny light sensors that detect light at discreet points in the image. They are called pixels.But why are there three curves?
Cause it's a composition of three sensors, one for green one for red and one for blue (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image_sensor). Each of them have their sensitivity range. As you can see, yellow isn't really in favor of a sensor.. Could be worth to play with raw images.abli wrote: ↑Tue Jan 08, 2019 12:00 amI have found 'the' spectra response curves for the raspberry pi camera v2 on https://khufkens.github.io/pi-camera-response-curves/, project maintained by khufkens. But why are there three curves?