Quantitative phase imaging systems
Systems such as Q-Phase have been developed to provide maximum clarity in the observed images, with no artifacts, and convey quantitative information about the studied subject. Quantitative Phase imaging technology has been around for more than a decade. Still, our patented microscope Q-Phase with an incoherent light source is bringing an absolute powerhouse to every lab.
Software for quantitative imaging systems
A combination of precise light optics and software allows unprecedented ways to observe and analyze cells, cell populations or cell cycles. Our software SophiQ provides researchers with the most robust tools for cell image analysis. Its been developed with several artificial intelligence programmers. It has been designed with close cooperation with cell biology researchers to create unique software that will facilitate their work Also, by automating routine tasks and functions, we have developed a comprehensive tool for their data analysis. And we will not stop there! By employing AI technologies, we aim to create analytical software for future generations. Since Quantitative Phase Images convey complex data ready to be part of a mathematical model, they present an ideal input for AI analysis.
Light optics instrument
Our second light optics instrument, LiveCodim, is developed to widen the possibility of all research labs equipped with widefield or confocal microscopes. Using our platform, any microscope can be turned into a super-resolution microscope. It is a standalone device that passes the limit of light diffraction and achieves a resolution of 90 nm. All this is completed in a very sensitive manner concerning the subject matter studied so that you can minimize levels of photobleaching and phototoxicity.