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PhotoSound and Scintica Webinar Series

PhotoSound is happy to announce our partnership with Scintica, North American distributor of the TriTom systems. The TriTom platform is based on Photoacoustic Fluorescence Tomography (PAFT) technology providing inherently co-registered high resolution photoacoustic and fluorescence optical tomography as the images are acquired simultaneously. We will introduce the TriTom Photoacoustic Imaging Systems and their applications over a 4-part webinar mini-series. Click here to sign up for the...

Scintica and PhotoSound announce partnership for the distribution of its preclinical TriTom Imaging System

PhotoSound Technologies is excited to announce its distribution agreement with Scintica, North American distributor of the TriTom, Small Animal Whole Body In Vivo Imaging system based on PhotoAcoustic Fluorescence Tomography (PAFT).   Scintica_PhotoSound_Partnership_Apr 2021_Final.1 https://www.scintica.com/scintica-and-poietis-announce-exclusive-partnership-for-the-distribution-of-its-preclinical-next-generation-bioprinting-system-2/  

Customer Spotlight with Karl Kratkiewicz

Customers are a valuable part of every business, but especially during the Covid-19 pandemic. Today’s customer spotlight is Karl Kratkiewicz of Wayne State University’s Department of Biomedical Engineering. His research utilizes photoacoustic computed tomography to study neonatal hemorrhage detection. https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6785622000699273217

4096 channels of data acquisition with Legion ADC

The LEGION ADC unit offers fully parallel operation for simultaneous data acquisition from all channels without multiplexing in an ultra-compact external USB enclosure. Here at PhotoSound we are proud to announce that with our new synchronization hub, LEGION HUB, up to 16 of our 256 channels Legion ADC's can be operated in parallel leading to an unprecedented 4096 channels of data acquisition.

MoleculUS Ultrasound Imaging with a Photoacoustic mode

PhotoSound Technologies, Inc. and Telemed, UAB are proud to announce their first jointly developed product. Primarily an ultrasound imaging device, MoleculUS™ features B(2D), M, Color Doppler, and Pulsed Wave Doppler imaging modes as standard clinical features. Additionally, MoleculUS enables photoacoustic acquisition and 2D imaging with 128 channels alternating between the ultrasound beamformer and amplified broadband parallel receive. The system collects photoacoustic signals while being...

New article showing the the advantages of our Legion Preamplifier

Photoacoustic Imaging is an emerging imaging technology that takes advantage of the absorptive properties of materials. This imaging modality avails to the benefits of optical resolution and acoustic depth of penetration. With the Verasonics Vantage system the photoacoustic pressure waves received by linear array transducers are weak. Our LEGION ADC was incorporated to increase the amplitude of the received signal resulting in an SNR (signal-to-noise ratio) improvement in addition to the...

 Caltech paper using 4 of our Legion ADCs to build a 1024 channel Photoacoustic imaging system

PhotoSound Technologies, Inc is a leader in multichannel streaming Data Acqusition systems. Here is another example of our customers at Caltech using 4 of our Legion ADCs to build a 1024 channel Photoacoustic imaging system. This paper has excellent examples of in vivo functional rat brain imaging as well as showing clinical examples of brest imaging. Their paper is called: "High-speed three-dimensional photoacoustic computed tomography for preclinical research and clinical...

MoleculUS project collaboration

As a world leader in product for the photoacoustic market short prototype development cycles are a must to maintain our competitive edge. Additive manufacturing is a new and uniquely suited technique to rapidly develop and test a series of prototypes. However, these new technologies come with their own required set of skills and can pose challenges to the novice user. We are glad to have partnered with Kason Knight of I-Solids to help us design a MolecolUS Frame that can be printed with a high...

Legion ADC used in deep learning image reconstruction publication

Data acquisition is the sampling of continuous real world information to generate data that can be manipulated by a computer. The data gathered can be used to improve efficiency, ensure reliability or to make certain that machinery is operating safely. The recorded data is gathered to ensure that the system under test performed as expected, and to identify problem areas that need adjustments.  Acquired data can be displayed, analyzed, and stored on a computer. Our streaming Legion ADC allows...

New publication using our Legion Data Acquisition system

The LEGION ADC unit offers fully parallel operation for simultaneous data acquisition from all channels without multiplexing in an ultra-compact external USB enclosure. Each unit supports 128- and 256-element detectors. Up to four ADC units can be operated in parallel to enable an unprecedented 1024 data acquisition channels. "In‐vivo hemodynamic imaging of acute prenatal ethanol exposure in fetal brain by photoacoustic tomography" is a new paper from our customers at University of South...