RWD Life Science Laser Speckle Contrast Imaging System

  • RWD Life Science: Tracking and navigation of a micro/nanorobotic swarm under laser speckle contrast imaging for targeted delivery

    RWD Life Science: Tracking and navigation of a micro/nanorobotic swarm under laser speckle contrast imaging for targeted delivery

    Micro/nanorobots harvest energy from internal or external environments to achieve active motion. This characteristic behavior of them permits a wide range of biomedical applications, especially in endovascular systems, such as thrombus removal, wound healing, and drug delivery, because of their tiny size and controllable locomotion. However, tracking these robotic swarms in real time has been a challenge, especially for imaging modalities that rely on prolonged exposure to ionizing radiation. Now a new paper in Science Robotics (Qinglong Wang et al., Sci Robot. 2024 Feb 21;9(87):eadh1978.) reports on the use of laser speckle contrast imaging to track a swarm of magnetic nanorobots within blood vessels in real time and guide their endovascular navigation. 

  • RWD Life Science RFLSI-ZW Laser Speckle Contrast Imaging System

    RWD Life Science RFLSI-ZW Laser Speckle Contrast Imaging System

    The RWD Life Science RFLSI-ZW laser speckle imaging system is the successor to the RFLSI-III, and offers an even better tool for microcirculation research based on laser speckle contrast imaging technology (LSCI). With its advanced optical design and improved image processing algorithm, RFLSI-ZW shows greater performance in imaging field size, image quality, full-field frame rate and optical resolution, and provides a powerful and efficient means for human and animal tissue blood flow measurement.

  • RWD RFLSI III Laser Speckle Imaging System

    RWD RFLSI III Laser Speckle Imaging System

    The RFLSI III Laser Speckle Imaging System from RWDis a robust blood perfusion imaging system. Along with advanced software, it helps researchers real-time monitor and record blood perfusion of any exposed tissues or organs for microcirculation study, to visualize the quantified data directly, shorten the experiment time, and obtain outcomes easily.