Optical phantoms mimic the optical properties of human and animal tissues

July 15, 2010
BioMimic optical phantoms from INO reproduce the characteristics of light propagation (400-900 nm) in living tissue.

BioMimic optical phantoms from INO (Sainte-Foy, Quebec, Canada) reproduce the characteristics of light propagation (400–900 nm) in living tissue. Based on optical-quality polymers, the optical phantoms can simulate a wide variety of tissue types, and include phantom varieties with VIS-NIR absorbing dyes and TiO2 scatterers. Phantom preparation with a number of layers of differing properties is possible; for fluorescence applications, it is possible to embed fluorescent inclusions with different properties at precise positions in the phantom volume.

Sponsored Recommendations

Melles Griot® XPLAN™ CCG Lens Series

March 19, 2024
IDEX Health & Science sets a new standard with our Melles Griot® XPLAN™ CCG Lens Series fluorescence microscope imaging systems. Access superior-quality optics with off-the-shelf...

Spatial Biology

March 19, 2024
Spatial Biology refers to the field that integrates spatial information into biological research, allowing for the study of biological systems in their native spatial context....

Fluorescent Protein Optical Imaging Considerations

March 19, 2024
What factors should you consider when your incorporate fluorescent proteins in an optical imaging application? Learn more.

Custom-Engineered Optical Solutions for Your Application

March 19, 2024
We combine advanced optical design and manufacturing technology, with decades of experience in critical applications, to take you from first designs to ongoing marketplace success...

Voice your opinion!

To join the conversation, and become an exclusive member of Laser Focus World, create an account today!