Each ColorFlow Lens™ is configured to identify your specific target using real samples.
Attach your ColorFlow Lens™ to a camera and take a picture. Spectral data is captured in a single snapshot.
Our intuitive ColorFlow Software™ (included) displays your target using false-colored pixels and other analyses.
Whether it is the immediate need for an increase in fertilizer levels, or early disease counter-measures, you now have ultimate control of real-time information.
Spectral peaks for chemicals vary across a broad range. Fortunately, a Stream ColorFlow Lens™ can be configured with multiple bands. Choose any 10 spectral channels that work with your camera.
Detect specific nutrients of interest in vegetation or soil by capturing spectral data with Stream’s ColorFlow Lens™.
ColorFlow software’s built-in principal component analysis (PCA) enables the classification of components present and allows threshold variability to optimize your findings.
ColorFlow software’s built-in normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI) enables the simple measure of overall plant health in only a few clicks.
Specific disease algorithms can be developed by training our built-in machine learning engine with a combination of diseased and non-diseased sample images.
Take quality assurance to the next level by being able to analyze your product’s non-visible purity attributes in real-time.
Spectral imaging is not new to forensic analysis. Stream, however, introduces the value of portability, more flexible target algorithms, and real-time data analysis to both field and lab environments.
What really matters is the target that you care about most. Learn more about our algorithm store and development capabilities and let’s talk about your specific application and target.
The Stream ColorFlow Lens™ is based on on a unique combination of precision optics and thin film technology that spatially segregates light from a scene based on the spectral content. When combined with a variety of cameras, the scene is captured as a series of tiled images in discrete spectral bands, at every frame. Software registers spectral channels to create a datacube and can apply spectral algorithms to generate false-coloured images of the target in the scene.
Hyperspectral imaging has been used in some industries for many years, however, Stream is making this an accessible technique by packing all of the spectral optics into a lens format, allowing you to leverage the power and engineering already developed in many specialized camera systems. The intuitive and robust software is easy to use and provides real-time results. Use built-in algorithms or extend the utility of the system by developing new algorithms. The ColorFlow Lens can be configured by Stream to work optimally with algorithms and particular spectral features.
We have built in the flexibility to configure any ColorFlow Lens™ to adopt most any c-mount camera. We can also support different sensor sizes or camera mounts with minor customization.
Since all the images in all the spectral bands are instantaneously captured, the limitation to datacube capture is typically the frame rate of whatever camera you choose.
All ColorFlow Lenses use a combination of optics and thin films in a passive optics configuration. There are no moving parts or power required for lens-specific operation.
A typical ColorFlow Lens™ configuration has 10 spectral channels which are easily customized to match the optimal spectral profile of the chosen target or chemical.
Stream has patented thin film technology and has industry-leading expertise in the design and manufacture of specialty coatings. Our system designers use advanced modelling software to ensure optimal imaging quality.
With experience in rugged operating environments, our mechanical team designs ColorFlow hardware to operate in tough working conditions.
Utilizing the latest in software tools and cloud computing services, Stream's software team is building a robust and flexible community platform that will simplify and standardize the way we collaborate on and share hyperspectral knowledge.
Our team of PhD scientists and active collaborations with university researchers provides the required spectral knowledge and expertise to bring “hyperspectral to the rest of us”. This mandate involves the integration of complex optical, spectroscopic, and companion software into an intuitive experience that results in accurate and meaningful actionable data.