There is an unmet need for compact, low-power hyperspectral imagers operating in the thermal and mid-infrared spectral regions. Project 2.2 addresses this need through spectrally tunable graphene-based filters and detector arrays that promise unprecedented performance for uncooled imagers. Building on proven physical effects in graphene, the project will develop optimized device concepts incorporating advanced material growth. The optimal device concepts will be integrated in a CMOS platform to demonstrate a high-performance hyperspectral camera, while also demonstrating flexibility of the imaging array using substrate thinning. Night vision, remote material/threat identification, hazardous gas imaging, and IR point-to-point communication are examples of applications relevant to soldiers.