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Camera spectrometer

I stumbled upon a site with instructions how to build an spectrometer with the camera of a smartphone:
Handyspektrometer zum Selberbauen (only in german, maybe someone knows another site with English instructions).
Only things needed are a diffraction grating, paperboard and glue.

It would be really great if phyphox would support this with a mode, where the image is automatically analyzed and the spectrum is shown as a graph.

I know cameras are not supported at all by now. But maybe this cool feature helps to speed up the decision to start implementing camera support Wink
Well, it is certainly on the list of things to do with the camera Smile

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