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Copyright © LightForm Inc, 2017
LightForm Inc: Pioneering Analytical Hyperspectral Microscopy Since 1996

The PARISS® Hyperspectral Forensic and Industrial Microscope:

Use to Classify, Correlate,Contrast and Compare the Spectral Composition

of Heterogeneous Micro-Samples

Composites Cosmetics Fibers Glass Hair Biological cells and tissue
Minerals Nanoparticles Paint chips Paper Polymers Powders
Contrast and compare the spectral characteristics of forensic and industrial samples
% Reflection % Transmission Absorption (Optical Density) Color Coordinates (CIE) Fluorescence, Luminescence Spectral libraries can be used for comparison and contrast
Operating parameters: Wavelength range 365 - 920 nm simultaneously Spectral resolution:  1 nm at 436 nm Attaches to the video port of most microscopes (not included)
Bright-Field transmission Bright-Field reflection Dark-Field transmission Dark-Field reflection Radiometrically calibrated 
PARISS PMSS: for spectroscopy on a microscope
Create spectral topographical maps with thousands of spectra Hyperspectral images of heterogeneous samples containing objects from tens of micron through sub-micron over an unlimited field of view
CIE coordinates of a single point on the fiber RGB Image of fiber Relative abundance of spectral classes in the fiber
A
D
Grayscale image of fiber Classified hyperspectral image of fiber
C
B
A: RGB image of fiber B: Grayscale image C: Spectral topographical map of fiber D: CIE coordinates of a single point on the fiber E: Spectral histogram showing the relative abundance of classified spectra. In total 4,787 spectra correlated at better than 99% with reference material
E
LightForm_Logo
Copyright © LightForm Inc, 2017
LightForm Inc: Pioneering Analytical Hyperspectral Microscopy Since 1996

The PARISS® Hyperspectral Forensic and

Industrial Microscope:

Use to Classify, Correlate,Contrast and Compare the Spectral

Composition of Heterogeneous Micro-Samples

Composites Cosmetics Fibers Glass Hair Biological cells and tissue
Minerals Nanoparticles Paint chips Paper Polymers Powders
Contrast and compare the spectral characteristics of forensic and industrial samples
% Reflection % Transmission Absorption (Optical Density) Color Coordinates (CIE) Fluorescence, Luminescence Spectral libraries can be used for comparison and contrast
Operating parameters: Wavelength range 365 - 920 nm simultaneously Spectral resolution:  1 nm at 436 nm Attaches to the video port of most microscopes (not included)
Bright-Field transmission Bright-Field reflection Dark-Field transmission Dark-Field reflection Radiometrically calibrated 
PARISS PMSS: for spectroscopy on a microscope
Create spectral topographical maps with thousands of spectra Hyperspectral images of heterogeneous samples containing objects from tens of micron through sub-micron over an unlimited field of view
CIE coordinates of a single point on the fiber RGB Image of fiber Relative abundance of spectral classes in the fiber
A
D
Grayscale image of fiber Classified hyperspectral image of fiber
C
B
A: RGB image of fiber B: Grayscale image C: Spectral topographical map of fiber D: CIE coordinates of a single point on the fiber E: Spectral histogram showing the relative abundance of classified spectra. In total 4,787 spectra correlated at better than 99% with reference material
E