Lidars have many applications in different fields, including the field of Cultural Heritage. The purpose of this study is to evaluate a scanning hyperspectral lidar prototype developed at ENEA Center of Frascati as a useful tool for colorimetric analysis when samples cannot be studied with standard contact instruments. A certified X-Rite Color-checker sample, consisting of 24 colored blocks with a coordinated colorimetric certificate, was analyzed. In order to obtain colorimetric data from the reflectance spectra, the precepts of the Commission de l'Éclairage were followed and an algorithm was developed to calculate the color difference between the certified values of the Color-checker and commercial and non-commercial spectrophotometers and those obtained by the lidar, confirming this latter as a useful tool for remote colorimetry.
|Titolo:||Remote colorimetric measurements by hyperspectral lidar compared to contact conventional colorimetry|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2020|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|