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Markku Hauta Kasari Vipp 2010

  1. 1. Applications of Spectral Color Research Markku Hauta-Kasari PhD, Docent Director of InFotonics Center Joensuu University of Eastern Finland Joensuu campus P.O.Box 111, FI-80101 Joensuu, FINLAND VIPP Symposium 2010, Aalto University, January 21, 2010
  2. 2. Contents  Introduction  InFotonics Center Joensuu – concept  Spectral imaging systems  Case examples of spectral color related industrial applications  Research projects and project funding examples  Conclusions
  3. 3. Introduction  In this talk, applied research results related to spectral color will be presented  Talk is focused to industrial applications  Case studies have been realized in InFotonics Center Joensuu, which is the research center in the field of photonics and spectral color research at the University of Eastern Finland
  4. 4. University of Joensuu Color Group Spectral color analysis Leaders Dr. Markku Hauta-Kasari Prof. Timo Jääskeläinen Prof. Jussi Parkkinen Dr. Birgitta Martinkauppi Dr. Hannu Laamanen Spectral measurements Dr. Oili Kohonen Dr. Jouni Hiltunen Dr. Juha Lehtonen Dr. Jarkko Mutanen Dr. Martti Mäkinen Dr. Joni Orava M.Sc. Jussi Kinnunen M.Sc. Jukka Antikainen M.Sc. Alexey Andriyashin M.Sc. Students M.Sc. Pauli Fält 10 M.Sc. Ville Heikkinen M.Sc. Tuija Jetsu M.Sc. Pesal Koirala M.Sc. Konstantin Krasavin M.Sc. Hongyu Li M.Sc. Paras Pant M.Sc. Elina Räisänen M.Sc. Masayuki Ukishima
  5. 5. InFotonics Center Joensuu  Established in 2003 at the University to generate new openings with industrial partners  A core strategy:  research center in the field of optics and spectral color research  research collaboration with other scientific organizations and high technology companies
  6. 6. Background  Optics Research - Since 1970, from holography to diffractive optics  Spectral Color Research - Group started in the middle of 1980’s - Joint group of the Physics and Computer Science • Long-term research background and internationally known groups Industrial cooperation expanded → Need for the research center → InFotonics Center started on September 2003
  7. 7. Optics and Spectral Color in Joensuu, FINLAND University of Joensuu • optics group ~ 70 Nanocomp Ltd • spectral color group ~ 25 1997 • InFotonics Center ~ 10 ~ 100 SPECIALISTS IN THE FIELD OF OPTICS AND SPECTRAL COLOR Optoinspection Ltd 2003 Joensuu Science Park SoftColor Ltd MGM-Devices Ltd 2005 2005
  8. 8. InFotonics Center’s activities Reseach cooperation with other scientific organizations and services for high technology companies  Applied research projects  Measurement services  Feasibility studies  Concept development
  9. 9. Financiers of InFotonics Center Funding for years 2003 – 2009 ~ 5 milj. euros  The EU social fund and structural fund - State Provincial Office of Eastern Finland - Employment and Economic Development Centre of Joensuu - The Regional Council of North Karelia  Euregio Karelia Neighbourhood Programme (Interreg) and TEKES (Finnish Funding Agency for Technology and Innovation)  City of Joensuu  Joensuu Regional Development Company, JOSEK Ltd  Funding from industry
  10. 10. Spectral Imaging Systems
  11. 11. Spectral Imaging Systems at the Color Research Laboratory  Filter based system  Nuance LCTF visible (by CRI)  Nuance LCTF visible + NIR (by CRI)  Line scanning based spectral imaging systems  ImSpector V8  ImSpector V10E  ImSpector N17E  ImSpector UV  ImSpector IR
  12. 12. Capturing Spectral Image  Spectral scanning  LCTF  Interference filter, etc.  Spatial scanning  ImSpector Spectral Image Structure
  13. 13. Illuminator Spectral camera Sample holder and XY-table
  14. 14. Software for spectral camera
  15. 15. Case studies  Examples are focused to industrial applications 1. Plastics industry 2. Optimizing color images for displays 3. Fluorescence for biophotonics 4. Spectral based fundus imaging 5. Paper and printing industry 6. Digital museum exhibition
  16. 16. Case 1: Application for quality control of plastics products
  17. 17. Case 2: Metameric color reproduction  Application for industrial product presentation
  18. 18. Display Characteristics
  20. 20. Spectral based Optimization of Screen Images for Industrial Product Presentation Lari Härkönen, Birgitta Martinkauppi, Hannu Laamanen, Markku Hauta-Kasari InFotonics Center Department of Computer Science, Department of Physics University of Joensuu, FINLAND Petri Huhtelin, Pekka Horttanainen Tulikivi Corporation, FINLAND Electronic Imaging, San Jose, 2006
  21. 21. Case 3: Fluorescence for biophotonics
  22. 22. Example of fluorescent colors
  23. 23. Optical setup for bispectrometer
  24. 24. Optical setup for bispectrometer
  25. 25. Fluorescent standard samples
  26. 26. Fluorescence analysis
  27. 27. Fluorescence analysis
  28. 28. Applications  Biological  Geological  Medicine  Paper Industry  Safety Industry  Textile Industry
  29. 29. Case 4: Spectral Fundus Imaging
  30. 30. Examples 458 nm  550 nm 694 nm 
  31. 31. Inner product images. Upper row PCA, lower row ICA.
  32. 32. Case 5 : Paper and printing industry
  33. 33. Application for quality control of printed products  The reclamation cases were analyzed for the company  Customer had selected the printing quality by the pre-print, however, the final print was not satisfactory  The color differences under different illuminations were simulated by spectral color technologies
  34. 34. Comparison between pre-print and print color difference pre-print print
  35. 35. Spectral properties of printing inks
  36. 36. Visualization of color gamuts: same paper, different ink set used
  37. 37. Spectral analysis of printing dots
  38. 38. Case 6: Digital Museum Exhibition
  39. 39. Shades of Colors – Digital Museum Exhibition Location: North-Karelian Museum, Carelicum, Joensuu, FINLAND
  40. 40. Shades of Colors exhibition  Dates: January 25 – September 2, 2007  Location: North-Karelian Museum, Carelicum, Joensuu, FINLAND  Organizers:  North-Karelian Museum  University of Joensuu, InFotonics Center Joensuu  North-Karelian Polytechnic  National Museum of Japanese History, JAPAN (Kokuritsu Rekishi Minzoku Hakubutsukan, Rekihaku)
  41. 41. Lecture serie  January 24, 2007, Wed., at 6 pm. Auditorium in Carelicum, Torikatu st. 21 C, Joensuu Dr. Kimiyoshi Miyata, National Museum of Japanese History, Japan ”Welcome words” Professor Jussi Parkkinen, University of Joensuu, Finland, ”Opening lecture”  February 7, 2007, Wed., at 7 pm. Auditorium Louhela, Science Park, Länsikatu st. 15, Joensuu Professor Shigeki Nakauchi, Toyohashi Technical University, Japan "Psychophysical color research" The lecture will be interpreted from English into Finnish. After the lecture, the public is invited to acquaint themselves with the research laboratory of the color research group of the University of Joensuu.  February 28, 2007, Wed., at 6 pm. The Art Museum of Joensuu, Kirkkokatu st. 23 Instructor Harald Arnkil, University of Art and Design Helsinki "Väri taiteen ja tieteen yhtymäkohtana" (Color as a point of contact between art and science) The lecture will be delivered in Finnish.  March 21, 2007, Wed., at 6 pm. Auditorium in Carelicum, Torikatu st. 21 C, Joensuu Professor Göte Nyman, University of Helsinki "Värin subjektiivisen kokemuksen mittaaminen" (Measuring the subjective experience of color) The lecture will be delivered in Finnish.  March 25, 2007,Sun., at 2 pm. Auditorium in Carelicum, Torikatu st. 21 C, Joensuu Director Markku Hauta-Kasari, InFotonics Center Joensuu "Mitä värit ovat" What colors are ?  April 25, 2007, Wed., at 6 pm. Auditorium Louhela, Science Park, Länsikatu 15, Joensuu Professor Fernando Fermi, University of Parma, Parma, Italy "Color technology in study of paintings" The lecture will be interpreted from English into Finnish.
  42. 42. Internet-connections   Skype: digimuseo  Internet based Feedback-system  Web-camera broadcast
  43. 43. Acknowledgements for Digital Museum Exhibition  Finnish Cultural Foundation  Collaborators:  Dr. Kimiyoshi Miyata, Rekihaku, Japan  Mr. Sawada, Rekihaku, Japan  Dr. Norimichi Tsumura, Chiba University, Japan  Mr. Ochiai, Chiba University, Japan  Prof. Shigeki Nakauchi, Toyohashi University of Technology  Itoh Optics, Japan  Riikka Räisänen, Department of Home Economics and Craft Science, University of Helsinki  Olli Ronkainen, North Karelia Polytechnic  Kerttu Kalteinen, artisan  Päivi Hintsanen,
  44. 44. Example of the plastics component, in which three different nanostructures are written. • We can design and manufacture this kind of components for massproduction Recycling marks
  45. 45. Applications  Diffractive beam splitters  Divide light into diffraction orders  Used in machine vision, optical communication,…  Continuous, binary, and multilevel structures  Applications: gratings for spectrometers and spectral cameras  Massproduction: Nanocomp Ltd. Joensuu, Finland
  46. 46. Examples of recent applied research projects  NaarMu – Nanostructures into mold, Tekes, 2005-2007  Aktiva – Injection moulding of active materials, Tekes, 2005-2006  NEMO, Network of Excellence on Micro-Optics, EU 6. framework programme, 2004 -2008  Haiku - Managing High-Quality Image Material in Evolving Media, Tekes, Joint project with the University of Helsinki, Toyohashi University of Technology, Chiba University, Nokia, M-real), 2003-2006  HIPROLA - Spectral based monitoring of laser welding, Tekes, joint project with the Lappeenranta University of technology, (Companies: Daimler-Chrysler, Precitec, Kemppi Ltd. , Gasmet Ltd., Specim Ltd.), 2004-2007  Future Steel Frontages – Tekes, Rautaruukki (Other parties: InFotonics Center, Hämeenlinna Polytechnic, TopAnalytica Ltd.), 2006-2008  ImageRet – Machine Vision for Retinal Image Analysis – Tekes, Lappeenranta University of Technology, (Other parties: University of Kuopio, InFotonics Center, Imperial College London, YTI Research Center Mikkeli, Kuomed Oy, Perimetria Oy, Santen Oy, VAS Oy), 2006.  Tekes = Finnish Funding Agency for Technology and Innovation
  47. 47.  Digital museum concept development – joint project with North Carelian museum, North Carelian Polytechnic, and National Museum of Japanese History, grant from the Finnish Cultural Foundation 2006-2008.  InFotonics Center Joensuu – knowledge and technology transfer development, Tekes – Euregio Karelia Neighbourhood Programme (Cooperating Universires: St. Petersburg State Technical University, Russia, St. Petersburg State University, Russia, Petrozavodsk State University, Russia, Companies: PunaMusta, M-real, Stora Enso, Metso Paper, Mäntsälän saha), 2005-2007  Papvision – Paper Printability Inspection Using Machine Vision, Tekes, Lappeenranta University of Technology, (Other Parties: Stora Enso, Metso Paper, UPM-Kymmene, Myllykoski Paper, Future Printing Center, Labvision Technologies, InFotonics Center) 2006  RedWood, - Wood humidity analysis by spectral color technique - Tekes, MILA Kajaani, (Other Parties: InFotonics Center, Mecano Group, Valutec, UPM-Kymmene Wood), 2006-2007  ImageRet2 – Optimal Detection and Decision – Support Diagnosis of Diabetic Retin Opathy, Tekes, Joint project of Lappeenranta University of Technology, InFotonics Center, University of Kuopio, (Other parties: Imperial College London, YTI Research Center Mikkeli, Kuomed Oy, Mawell Oy, Perimetria Oy, Santen Oy, VAS Oy), 2007-2009.  AKO – Aluekeskuohjelma-toimenpide: Fotoniikka ja spektrinen väritutkimus pk-yritysten tuotekehityksen tueksi – selvitykset ja kartoitukset , Joensuun seudun kehittämisyhtiö, JOSEK, 2007 – 2009  .  DIME – Direct color marking of metal surfaces by fibrelaser – Tekes, VTT, IFC, (Other parties: Iittala Group, Kone, Nanofoot Finland, Nokia, Savcor Alfa), 2007-2009.  Highresolution remote sensing to measure single trees, Academy of Finland, University of Joensuu, Facultu of Forestry, InFotonics Center, 01.01.2008– 31.12.2011  Aging Macula, Tekes (Pharma-technology program), Joint project with University of Kuopio, (Other parties: InFotonics Center, Joensuu Santen, Novartis Finland Oy, Santen Oy, Duallaser Oy, CNServices Oy), 2008 – 2010.
  48. 48.  Optical sensor technology in applications of medical physics and medical technology,Start-up project for the University of Eastern Finland, 2007-2010.  Tools for simulation of color in digital prints, MittUniversitet, Sweden, (Other parties: M-real, Agfa, MoRe, Stora Enso, Lorentzen-Wettre, StFi, Daus, InFotonics Center) – research project, 2007 - 2009  Mitsubishi Paper Mills – Chiba University- InFotonics Center, researcher exchange, 2007 – 2009  Qvision – Imaging techniques in paper industry, ForestCluster Ltd, (SHOK) consortium project with several universities, 2009-2010.
  49. 49. Company projects  Research project: IFC - Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT), Korea, 2005-2006  Research project: IFC – CPS Color, 2006  Research project: IFC – KCL, 2006-2007, 2009  Research project: IFC – WinGlobal Technology Inc. (Taiwan), 2006  Research project: IFC – DENSO CORPORATION (Japan), 2007-2008  Research project: IFC – Upload Image Processing Ltd., 2007  Research project IFC – MGM Devices Oy, 2008  Research project IFC – UPM Kymmene, 2007-2010  Research project IFC – Medisize Corporation, 2009  In addition, 40 short term feasibility studies and concept developments for industry since 2003  Perlos 8, Nanocomp 2, M-real 8, Nokia 2, Tameye 4, Turun Sarjatuote 1, Exel 2, Tulikivi 1, Metso Paper 1, Rautaruukki 1, Mastsystems Int’l 1, Moventas 1, Specim 1, ColoChrome 2, Kemira 1, Aduser Oy 2, Pohjois-Karjalan eMaakunta 1, Joensuun Tiedepuisto, network Oasis, FlexLab 1
  50. 50. International industrial co-operation  Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, Korea  Daimler-Chrysler, Germany  Precitec, Germany  Winglobal, Taiwan  DENSO CORPORATION, Japan  Mitsubishi Paper Mills, Japan  Exel, Belgium  Agfa, Sweden  M-real, Sweden  StFi, Sweden  Lorentzen-Wettre, Sweden  Daus, Sweden  Stora Enso, Sweden
  51. 51. International cooperation Research co-operation since 1988 with Japanese research groups, totally over 25 researcher years:  Chiba University, Japan  Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan  Saitama University, Japan  Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan  Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan  National Museum of Japanese History, Japan Other international cooperation  Fudan University, China  Kyungpook National University, Korea  Rochester Institute of Technology, USA  St. Petersburg State Polytechnical University, Russia  St. Petersburg State University, Russia  Petrozavodsk State University, Russia  Linköping University, Sweden Erasmus-Mundus ”Color in Informatics and Media Technology” master programme  University of Joensuu  University of Saint-Etienne, France  Gjovik University College, Norway  University of Granada, Spain
  52. 52. Conclusions  The advantages of the spectral color based systems are that the most accurate color representation is acquired and it can then be filtered for specific purposes, such as for displaying the color characterized image.  The final sensor optimized to specific spectral wavelengths can be designed according to the results from high-dimensional spectral analysis  Due to the technical development of spectral imaging systems, they are becoming more and more possible to be used in industrial applications, for example, on online quality control applications.
  53. 53. Acknowledgements Joensuu Color Group Spectral color analysis Leaders Dr. Markku Hauta-Kasari Prof. Timo Jääskeläinen Dr. Birgitta Martinkauppi Prof. Jussi Parkkinen Dr. Hannu Laamanen Dr. Oili Kohonen Spectral measurements Dr. Jouni Hiltunen Dr. Juha Lehtonen Dr. Jarkko Mutanen Dr. Joni Orava Dr. Martti Mäkinen M.Sc. Jukka Antikainen M.Sc. Jussi Kinnunen M.Sc. Alexey Andriyashin M.Sc. Pauli Fält M.Sc. Students 10 M.Sc. Ville Heikkinen M.Sc. Tuija Jetsu M.Sc. Pesal Koirala M.Sc. Konstantin Krasavin M.Sc. Hongyu Li M.Sc. Elina Räisänen M.Sc. Masayuki Ukishima Acknowledgements: University of Joensuu Color Group, InFotonics Center Joensuu, our research and industrial partners
  54. 54. More Information   Email: Acknowledgements: Joensuu Color Group, InFotonics Center Joensuu, our research and industrial partners