I'm interested in analyzing plant status and want to check with my technology.
So I searched 'Infragram' project which is developed in Public Lab(https://publiclab.org/
) and it is work as below.
Vineyards, large farms, and NASA all use near-infrared photography for assessing plant health, usually by mounting expensive sensors on airplanes and satellites. At Public Lab developed a Do-It-Yourself way to take these kinds of photos, enabling us to monitor our environment through quantifiable data.
Their technique uses a modified digital camera to capture near-infrared and blue light in the same image, but in different color channels. We then post-process the image (using Infragram.org
) to attempt to infer how much it is photosynthesizing. This allows us to better understand and quantify how much of the available light plants are metabolizing into sugar via photosy