Allowing you to completely characterize your target with full-resolution images at any wavelength within 400-1000 nm (V-EOS™) or 1000-2300 nm (S-EOS™), Photon etc.’s wide-field hyperspectral imagers will change your view of spectral analysis. Acquisition of an optimized hyperspectral cube permits spectral analysis of each and every pixel of a full-resolution image, meaning no more fastidious XY scanning of samples or limiting exposure time of remote sensing acquisitions. Resulting in more than just an increase in efficiency, V-EOS™ and S-EOS™ provide data on both spectral and spatial content, allowing you to perform novel analysis by extending the frontiers of your most demanding applications.



NIR hyperspectral microscopy covers the detection range of 850-1620 nm and is ideal for the spatial and spectral identification and measurement of fluorophores that emit in the second biological window. For example, single wall nanotubes (SWNTs) emission bands are narrow (~ 20 nm) and each band corresponds to unique (n, m) species (chiralities). With IR hyperspectral microscopy, it is possible to separate these species, with single SWNT spatial resolution on surfaces, in live cells (in vivo), and in vitro.