LightForm was the proud recipient of three National Institute of Health, SBIR grants. These awards funded the development of the PARISS® Analytical Hyperspectral Imaging system.
PARISS was formally introduced to the market at the Pittsburgh Conference in 1998.
PARISS can now be found in routine use in bio-research, medical, physics, chemistry, and industrial laboratories throughout the world.
Uses include: Nanoparticle characterization, SPR and “darkfield scatter,” spectral histopathology, spectral fluorescence imaging, color measurement of micro-sized objects, and many industrial QC applications that require spectroscopic characterization of sub-micron targets.
- Co-edited a special issue of the journal Cytometry covering “Spectral Imaging” (Lerner, Lockett and Zucker)
- Holds nine patents
- Chaired or co-chaired ten international conferences
- Authored or co-authored over 40 peer reviewed and other publications
- Researchers that use PARISS have made the front cover of four journals.