A Wave of Imaging

THEIA The Key to Unlocking the Potential of THz Named after the Greek god of sight, Traycer released the first ever T-ray camera that can see and record this information in real-time at room temperature, in a cost-effective manner in early 2011. The THEIA Camera leapfrogs all current market options, and sales will enable Traycer to continue development and spur the industry on to an accelerated growth path. THEIA is available commercially and is capable of being integrated into a variety of imaging systems. The expected design of the camera (as depicted, without lens) will incorporate several elements of the Company’s breakthrough technology and will deliver significantly better cost and performance metrics that are currently available. Featuring a compact form factor, it will be the only real-time T-ray imager utilizing conventionally integrated electronics. Other features include: o a very high thermal stability and broadband capabilities, o byproducts of the patent pending, o core technology unmatched by any other T-ray imagers. This, plus the unique ability to “plug and play” into existing imaging system architectures will enable a wide variety of applications heretofore unavailable. How It Works The heart of THEIA lies in a proprietary InSb-based heterostructure backward diode (HBD) structure that is highly sensitive to THz radiation. This HBD structure is the key to bridging the cost-performance gap hindering other THz systems from achieving large-scale commercial success. THz-Enhanced Applications: o Industrial markets – THz-only solutions for semiconductor quality control o Security & Defense – Concealed object detection and aviation brownout solutions o Biomedical – Assessing hydration differences for cosmetic and thin tissue imaging o Composites – Identifying structural or layered defects