Nanophoton products are all far from conventional. We have developed a Raman scattering microscope, which no one believed it was possible to develop. In our Raman microscope, extremely week scattering light called as Raman scattering, which is found in between Rayleigh scattering and fluorescence in a spectrum, is collected from an extremely small space of tiny sample, and undergoes color separation and spatial imaging,
Since Nanophoton’s original microscope, RAMAN touch, detects Raman spectra at hundreds of points simultaneously, the image is obtained in a few hundredths of the time normally required. Another microscope of us, RAMAN walk, is based on a unique motion of laser beam based on the stochastic process theory and information theory to generate an optimized trajectory for unknown samples. Besides, we have developed Raman microscopes that have not been available elsewhere.
Nanophoton has brought into the world “bizarre” microscopes and “far-fetched” optical components that other companies have not. Among only a few examples are a polarized filter that polarizes light in the direction of optical axis; a laser source converter that does not generate optical interference as speckles; a Raman microscope and an objective lens for deep ultraviolet range; and a tip-enhanced Raman scattering microscope that boasts a resolution of one-twentieth of a wavelength. Our microscopes do not look like ordinary microscopes or analytical instruments in appearance.