Guide to Creating Spectral RTI Images

About this document

This document was started July 2017 by Todd Hanneken. Active development is expected to continue at least until 2019. Though public, it is a working document which will benefit from user feedback. (EMAIL)

Contents

  1. What is Spectral RTI and do I need it? (LINK)
    1. Cost/benefit of adding RTI (LINK)
    2. Cost/benefit of adding spectral (LINK)
    3. How does the integration work? (LINK)
  2. Capture hardware (LINK)
    1. Spectral imaging hardware (LINK)
    2. Fixed dome for RTI capture (LINK)
    3. Swinging arc for RTI capture (LINK)
    4. Hand-held flash for RTI capture (LINK)
  3. Capture procedures (LINK)
    1. Light position capture and calibration (LINK)
    2. Hemisphere captures for RTI (LINK)
    3. Preprocessing typically done at capture (LINK)
  4. Processing with the SpectralRTI_Toolkit (LINK)
    1. Software installation (LINK)
    2. Managing input data (LINK)
    3. Running for the first time (LINK)
    4. Select tasks (LINK)
    5. Adjust brightness (LINK)
    6. Static raking option (LINK)
    7. Options for Extended Spectrum (LINK)
    8. Identify region of interest (for Extended Spectrum and Pseudocolor) (LINK)
    9. Options for PCA Pseudocolor (LINK)
    10. Options for custom processes (LINK)
    11. Light position data (LINK)
    12. Additional prompts (LINK)
    13. Tips for frequent use (LINK)
  5. Make the images accessible to users (LINK)
    1. RTI files (LINK)
    2. WebRTI (LINK)
    3. Tiled and layered Jpeg2000 files for IIIF (LINK)
  6. Help make Spectral RTI better (LINK)
  7. Glossary (LINK)