Introducing a technological breakthrough in Raman imaging soon...

HORIBA Scientific will reinvent how we acquire and perform Raman images. Have you ever dreamt of easy and sharp acquisitions for Raman imaging?

#1: Have you ever dreamt of clarity in the blink of an eye?

HORIBA Scientific is pleased to announce a major breakthrough for rapid in focus Raman imaging. This is simply amazing. Watch the video below to see a sharp, in focus image acquisition.

Raman spectrometry is commonly used in the fingerprinting of minerals due to their strong characteristic inelastic scattering, and therefore provides valuable information on the intrinsic mineralogical features.

Here is - from fog to clarity - a video image of rutile (550µm by 750µm), the most common natural form of TiO2 and a typical Raman sample, which shows the capability of LabSpec 6 new technology to give a sharp focus on every single pixel of a rough surface in a blink of an eye...

#2: Have you ever dreamt of 3D visualization of your samples?

HORIBA Scientific is pleased to announce a major breakthrough for rapid in focus Raman imaging and 3D visualization.

Here is the 3D visualization of the rutile sample with a rough surface height of 766µm, which shows the capability of LabSpec 6 new technology to extract the topography of all sample points.

Rutile Sample

#3 Have you ever dreamt of sharp and rapid 3D Raman Imaging?

Rutile Sample 3D

Here is the 3D visualization of the rutile sample with a rough surface height of 766µm, which shows the capability of LabSpec 6 new technology to extract the topography of all sample points and map the Raman data on top of it.

This rutile sample consists of two forms of TiO2 displayed in red and blue, anatase in yellow and organic contamination in green.

#4 Have you ever dreamt of visualizing microscopic images with all points in focus?

Below you will see three images, with and without this technology breakthrough.

Rutile Sample 3D

With this new technology, all points of the rough surface of the rutile are in focus. From Fog to Clarity!

Without this new technology, by moving the Z stage position, only a limited number of points is in focus from the sample surface of the rutile.

Rutile Sample 3D
Rutile Sample 3D

Without this new technology, at another Z position of the stage, the focused area has changed and still show a limited number of points in focus.

Stay connected for the next coming revolutionary experience inside LabSpec 6 Spectroscopy Software Suite!