See a demonstration of Quick and Intuitive Offline Hyperspectral Scanning to Support Real-Time Online Inspection Processes by George Killian, Application Scientist. Originally part of Photonics Media's Vision Spectra Conference 2023. 

Cultural Heritage & Forensics

Hyperspectral imaging is extremely valuable to the field of artwork analysis and conservation. Using this non-invasive technique, researchers can ‘see the invisible.’ Even faded, damaged, altered/restored artifacts usually exhibit spectral differences.

See how Operation Night Watch by Headwall customer The Rijkmuseum in Amsterdam used hyperspectral imaging to assess the condition of Rembrandt's Night Watch so that an ideal treatment plan could be developed and implemented.


Hyperspectral imaging also affords forensic scientists unique advantages in non-invasive analysis of evidence, documents, artifacts, or other objects of interest. Forensic teams are able to more thoroughly evaluate crime scene evidence that can determine the uniqueness of these samples.

Counterfeit documents and goods that may appear genuine to the naked eye or to conventional imaging techniques can be examined and verified or exposed in a non-contact way. 


Webinar: Looking at Art & Antiquities with a Hyperspectral Eye » Hyperspectral Imaging for Cultural Heritage » MV.C VNIR Imaging System » MV.C NIR Imaging System » Hyperspec MV Series Data Sheet » Request a Demo »

Hyperspectral Imaging Application Center (HIAC)

In order to introduce hyperspectral Imaging to a wider range of users and their applications, Headwall and Visratek launched HIAC in Ankara, offering key hyperspectral imaging services for your success, like on-demand sample analysis, application feasibility studies and demonstrations, hands-on training, as well as system-integration services. See recordings of our live events.

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