1. Can your products output the data cube of hyperspectral images? What I mean is are we able to extract the output for reflectance of multiple bands? (Same as 3-band RGB images which we have the values of R, G, and B).
2. How did you make the smartphone cameras NIR-enable? Is it a software thing or you added pieces of hardware?
3. What are the technical details of the modified cameras? (spectral sensitivities, ....)
1. We remove the NIR cut-off filter in the imaging sensor to increase its spectral sensitivity into the NIR region. All function of the camera stays the same so you can use its native camera app or a third party app to export RAW (depending on specific smartphone capability) or as normal RGB imagery in which each color plane can be viewed independently if needed.
2. You can read about our how-do-it-yourself article on our website here to modify the camera module yourself or you can purchase them pre-modified in our webstore.
3. You can look at the spectral response we've listed for the Google Nexus 5x in our website here. All CMOS image sensors have very similar spectral responses.