1. Intelligent Spectral Imaging. QCELL received the grant Intelligent SPEctral Camera Technology” from the Action “RESEARCH – CREATE – INNOVATE” funded by the Operational Programme Competitiveness, Entrepreneurship and Innovation 2014-2020 (EPAnEK), co-financed by Greece and the European Union – European Regional Development Fund. The main deliverable of this project is a spectral photography camera. The proposal was ranked 2nd (among thousands of proposals) on the basis of several criteria including scientific merit and business potential.


2. Medical Video-Spectroscopy. Capitalizing on the Video Spectroscopy (or spectral videoscopy) unique feature of the inSPECT camera, the company develops a pipe-line of hand-held medical devices combining high-end diagnostic capabilities with low volume, weight and cost, for addressing unmet needs in both developed and developing world markets.


3. Mobile Phone Spectral Photography. QCELL develops the MinSPECT camera version for integration into consumer mobile phones. Camera is a core functionality for smartphones. Marketing-driven increase of pixel numbers resulted in pixel size reduction, which, unavoidably, has negative impact in color reproduction fidelity of photographs.

QCELL developments offer a way out of this “spatial resolution deadlock”, by increasing the “number of colors” through snapshot spectral imaging. Expanded color gamut photography is now possible, while, at the same time, offering analytical/diagnostic power in hands of 4 billion owners of smartphones worldwide.