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New proceedings from SPIE over our product MoleculUS!

New proceedings from SPIE over our product MoleculUS! Click Here to Read MoleculUS is a dual-modality ultrasound and photoacoustic data acquisition unit that allows the simultaneous collection of ultrasound and photoacoustic channels sharing the same probe elements. The analog signal path of MoleculUS is split into PA and US paths. PA and US modes operate sequentially in time with support for US preview mode and continuous on-fly multiplexing between modes....

Our webinar page is now active!

Did you happen to miss any of our past webinars over our Legion AMP? PhotoSound now has our webinars in one easy accessible place! Check out our #webinar page on our #website where you can watch the recorded version of the webinar, view the information that was presented, read about the product, as well as learn more about our speakers. #researchanddevelopment #webinarmarketing #photoacoustic #research  

Publication featuring our Legion ADC from our partners at University of South Florida

New #publication from our partners at University of South Florida featuring our Legion ADC! Interested in learning more about the Legion ADC? Contact us at #research  #researchanddevelopment #photoacoustics #cerebralbloodvessels #learning #university Your document has finished loading   Click here to read the publication: Photoacoustic imaging for in vivo quantification of alcohol-induced structural and functional changes in cerebral vasculature in high...

New publication featuring our Legion ADC!

Check out this publication! This publication detailing Deep learning enabled real-time photoacoustic tomography system via single data acquisition channel highlights our Legion ADC. The Legion ADC is a 256-Channel Analog-to-Digital Converter that offers fully parallel operation for simultaneous data acquisition from all channels without multiplexing in an ultra-compact external USB enclosure with the ability to connect up to 16 ADC’s in parallel. Learn how the Legion ADC can benefit your...

New TriTom Paper from our partners at Tulane University

New paper from our partners at Tulane University featuring our TriTom Imaging System! Their proceeding were shared at Photons Plus Ultrasound: Imaging and Sensing, SPIE BIOS 2022. Special thanks to Kristie Huda and everyone involved. #research #researchanddevelopment #photoacoustic #Vasoactivity #spie #bios  

New Publication featuring the TriTom System!

Check out this publication! All photoacoustic tomography images were collected using the TriTom system. This publication detailing Gold nanoparticles conjugated with DNA aptamer for photoacoustic detection of human matrix metalloproteinase-9 is from our customers at Georgia Institute of Technology. #technology #photoacoustic #imaging #goldnanoparticles #nanosensors #publication #stemeducation Click HERE to view the publication

TriTom Imaging System Rendering

Acquired with PhotoSound Technologies TriTom Imaging System. Photoacoustic volume rendering Maximum intensity projection of a mouse's lower thorax excited at 1064 nm.

Register for the next Legion Amp Webinar!

Join us on our first #webinar of the year! Register for the second of the Legion AMP Webinar Series where Dr. Yan Yan and Samuel John will be explaining Fiber tip tracking with #photoacoustic imaging by using LEGION AMP. Dr. Yan Yan and Samuel John (M.S., PhD student) are both research scientist from the Photoacoustic & Ultrasonic Research & Engineering (PURE) Laboratory, led by Dr. Mohammad Mehrmohammadi at Wayne State University. Register: