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DOLPi DIY Polarimetric Camera Awarded 5th Place in 2015 Hackaday Prize

David Prutcho PhD 5th place Hackaday prize winner

The DOLPi Raspberry Pi-based polarimetric cameras received 5th place in the 2015 Hackaday Prize. Winners for this year’s prizes were announced on stage at the Hackaday Superconference on November 14, 2015.

The DOLPi project involved the development and construction of two low-cost polarimetric camera types based on the Raspberry Pi 2. DOLPi-MECH (and its productized IR-VIS-UV version DOLPi-UI) is a filter-wheel-type camera capable of performing full Stokes analysis, while the electro-optic based DOLPi-EO camera performs full linear polarimetric analysis at higher frame rate. Complete Python code for polarimetric imaging is presented. Various applications for the cameras are described, especially their use for locating mines and unexploded ordinance in humanitarian demining operations.

CLICK HERE for a complete project description including detailed construction instructions and Python code in pdf format.

 

 

 
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