Documentation & Software
Giessen's hyperspectral images of fruits and vegetables database (GHIFVD; pronounced "gift")
This is the web-based interface to our hyperspectral database, published in JOSA A. Access to the article can be found
Here is the citation:
Robert Ennis, Florian Schiller, Matteo Toscani, and Karl R. Gegenfurtner, "Hyperspectral database of fruits and vegetables," J. Opt. Soc. Am. A 35, B256-B266 (2018)
A permanent repository containing the calibrated data, colorspaces, masks, and MATLAB code is available on Zenodo
A permanent repository containing the RAW data from the camera sensor can also be found on Zenodo
Please note that it is mainly for preservation. You are not expected to work with the RAW data.