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    1. New Cobra 1600 OCT spectrometer from Wasatch Photonics

      New Cobra 1600 OCT spectrometer from Wasatch Photonics

      Wasatch Photonics, Inc. has expanded its Cobra OCT spectrometer product line with a new 1600 nm OCT spectrometer for deep-tissue, SD-OCT imaging. The Cobra 1600 builds on the company’s existing line of more than 25 off-the-shelf OCT spectrometer models at visible, 800 nm, 1050 nm, and 1300 nm wavelengths, with camera speeds up to 250 kHz. Addition of a 1600 nm model offers greater depth penetration with high contrast for highly scattering tissues and materials, with applications in cardiology, neurology, dermatology, dentistry, and non-destructive testing. The Cobra 1600 OCT spectrometer utilizes a 240 nm bandwidth centered at 1570 nm ...

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    2. New OCT Image Analysis Capabilities From Wasatch Photonics

      New OCT Image Analysis Capabilities From Wasatch Photonics

      Wasatch Photonics is pleased to announce the expansion of our WP OCT Software and software development kits with new features to facilitate the translation of images into actionable information. These OCT image analysis capabilities lower the barrier to use for OCT by non-experts, and offer the potential for automated analysis of images in real time. The new features include image enhancement, layer segmentation, and classification functions based on powerful machine learning algorithms, and may be accessed from our user-friendly OCT image acquisition software or via our software development kits (SDKs). To help you see the possibilities, we have trained our ...

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    3. Wasatch Photonics extends Cobra OCT spectrometer product line to shorter wavelengths and greater depths

      Wasatch Photonics extends Cobra OCT spectrometer product line to shorter wavelengths and greater depths

      Wasatch Photonics has expanded its flagship Cobra OCT spectrometer product line to include new models for 550 nm vis-OCT and long-range 800 nm OCT imaging , further extending the capabilities and application domains of OCT imaging. These two new variants of SD-OCT imaging access structural and functional information in wavelength ranges only accessible through cost-effective SD-OCT technology, and can deliver high resolution images at line scan rates up to 250 kHz. The new Cobra VIS models operate at visible wavelengths, leveraging the differential absorption of oxy- and deoxy-hemoglobin at 500-600 nm to provide depth-resolved, localized oxygenation mapping concurrently with the acquired ...

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    4. Wasatch Photonics Unleashes Game Changing Spectral-domain OCT Spectrometer

      Wasatch Photonics Unleashes Game Changing Spectral-domain OCT Spectrometer

      Wasatch Photonics Inc. announced its new OCT spectrometer, Cobra-S, offering unbeatable ultra-high speeds of 250,000 lines per second and enhanced roll-off performance for deeper sample penetration with the highest image clarity. The Cobra-S can be designed into near infrared OCT systems for research and OEM applications. A part of the Wasatch Photonics’ industry-leading Cobra spectrometer line, the Cobra-S is designed for a wide variety of spectral-domain OCT applications including ophthalmology, dermatology, angiography, oncology and industrial use. “Cobra-S is the result of our commitment to provide researchers and industry partners with the latest technology that enables and drives new applications ...

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    5. Wasatch Photonics MicroAngio, 2017 Prism Award Finalist

      Wasatch Photonics MicroAngio, 2017 Prism Award Finalist

      Wasatch Photonics Inc., a leading provider for gratings, spectrometers and optical coherence tomography instrumentation, is pleased to announce its new 3D MicroAngio technology has been selected as a Prism Award Finalist in the highly competitive Biomedical Instrumentation category. WP MicroAngio was created for high-resolution angiographic imaging for research and original equipment manufacturer (OEM) applications. Unlike other OCT angiography systems, the WP MicroAngio offers custom probe designs for each specific application, such as retina, brain or skin, for the highest quality images. WP software drives the system and provides both 3D images and one-click options for sampling, processing and motion correction ...

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    6. Wasatch Photonics launches label-free angiography technique based on optical coherence tomography

      Wasatch Photonics launches label-free angiography technique based on optical coherence tomography

      Wasatch Photonics Inc., a leading provider for gratings, spectrometers and optical coherence tomography instrumentation, announced Monday (March 21), the launch of a new imaging device, WP MicroAngio, for high-resolution angiographic imaging for research and original equipment manufacturer (OEM) applications. MicroAngio technology allows visualization of blood vessels at a microscopic level without using external contrast agents. The device, based on a variation of optical coherence tomography (OCT), creates a three-dimensional profile of the micro vasculature. WP MicroAngio is to be used for several medical research applications related to animal model imaging in ophthalmology, dermatology, oncology and other areas. MicroAngio, the new ...

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    7. Wasatch Photonics launches Cobra OCT spectrometer with USB 3.0 interface

      Wasatch Photonics launches Cobra OCT spectrometer with USB 3.0 interface

      WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind., LOGAN, Utah and DURHAM, N.C. - Professionals using optical coherence tomography (OCT) for imaging applications in areas like ophthalmology, dermatology and material inspection may benefit from a new spectrometer to be demonstrated in San Francisco from Feb. 1-6. Wasatch Photonics Inc. has launched the Cobra OCT spectrometer, which provides a USB 3.0 interface. Nishant Mohan, director of product management, said the interface improves accessibility and reduces expense for OCT technology. "Cobra is the first OCT spectrometer that provides the USB 3.0 interface, to our knowledge. This will allow users to do away with expensive camera ...

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    8. Wasatch Photonics takes Spectral Domain OCT to 1300 nm

      Wasatch Photonics takes Spectral Domain OCT to 1300 nm

      Wasatch Photonics Inc. announced the launch of a new spectral domain optical coherence tomography (OCT) system in the wavelength range of 1300-nm. The North Carolina-based systems division of the company adds to its repertoire of 800-nm OCT systems and OCT spectrometers. The 1300-nm OCT to date is dominated by systems using swept-source lasers. With this launch, Wasatch Photonics hopes to bring the stability and simplicity of 800-nm spectral domain systems to the 1300-nm range. The optimized spectrometer allows the long imaging range using 2048 pixel spectrometer at speeds of up to 70,000 lines/sec. “The new OCT system in ...

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    9. Wasatch Photonics to attend The Innovation Showcase, launch new OCT imaging system

      Wasatch Photonics to attend The Innovation Showcase, launch new OCT imaging system

      Wasatch Photonics Press Release: Executives from Wasatch Photonics Inc. will attend The Innovation Showcase to present an Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) imaging system that provides new information for diagnostics and modeling of disease. The Innovation Showcase will be 1-8 p.m., Thursday (July 11) at Dallara IndyCar Factory, 1201 Main St., Speedway, Ind. OCT is a 3-D optical imaging technique that can provide much higher resolution compared to ultrasound. William Brown, vice president of business development, said the technology applies to many facets of research and has clinical applications. "Spark OCT has a deeper imaging range and higher speed compared ...

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    10. Imaging technology could lower coronary disease mortality rate

      Imaging technology could lower coronary disease mortality rate

      Wasatch Photonics Press Release - Patients undergoing angioplasty or other heart-related medical procedures could benefit from a new technology being developed with funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF). Optical imaging technology from Wasatch Photonics Inc. creates images of coronary artery walls in vivo to show where lesions and plaques have formed. Physicians can use the images to determine the best course of action, including where a stent might be placed. William J. Brown, vice president of business development at Wasatch Photonics, said the outcome of developing the technology will be the availability of a new tool to identify and treat ...

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