• Tria: Advanced Image Processing and Analysis Program
  • Decon of an image taken by a Confocal Laser Scanning Micropscope
  • Laser-based detection of ultrasound
  • Our latest version of the Dulican ultrasound photodetector
  • Deconvolution of an image of the Mars surface
  • Ultrasound wave captured in Jello using GCLAD
  • The start of the March 21 eruption near Fagradalsfjall, Iceland
  •   Quick CARon deconvolution of the eruption.
  • PulseView: 1D waveform viewer
  • Concept for Continuous Laser Generation of Ultrasound
  • Deconvolution of an image of a bowl of fruit

Welcome to Quarktet Technologies! 

Tria                                      Image Processing Screen Shot

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Tria, version 3.10.80 (32-bit) and 3.1.80 (64-bit), is now available at for $320 (US). In addition to our award-winning blind deconvolution, Tria has fast image registration, a good selection of de-noising filters, image analysis tools that cannot be found anywhere else, and image viewers designed for image analyzers. For Version 3.1, we have added new functions, object counting, better memory management, and a quick stats pop-up window.

We are taking orders for 'GCLAD-IN-A-BOX', our low-cost, high sensitivity laser ultrasound detection system. This system can be used for laboratory research, industrial proof-of-concept, or even customized to fit your application. Our latest Dulcian 3.0 detector (not pictured) has a remote optical housing, optional 10X gain, choice of X or Y signals, and improved electrcial design. More information is available here. Turn-around time is about 6-8 weeks. We have some recent interest in the use of this technology for sensing acoustic in liquids.  Please ask!Low Cost Laser ULtrasound Detection System

PulseView Data-To-Graph Program

Quarktet is also proud to announce our latest release of PulseView, version 1.4, available for only $24 (US). We received such positive feedback from Tria's graphs, that we created a 'spin-off'. PulseView pulls in text files and converts them to graphs, histograms, FFTs, and audio sound. It is a simple idea that will save you a lot of time if you spend a lot of time graphing data files with spreadsheets or scripting programs. See the PulseView page for more information.

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Latest News: Tria Version 3.1.80 (32-bit and 64-bit versions) has been released and is available for download! This version adds additional lineout options and a 1D FFT.  See features for a list of all the great stuff in Tria Image processing.

Just for fun, here is our first attempt at applyng deconvolution to an image of a Black Hole (actually the event horizon).

New Research for Laser-based Ultrasound. "Focused ultrasound sensing in water using a GCLAD system".  Dr. Caron is lead author.  See Research.


New to Quarktet?  This is a short description of our terms:

  • Laser Ultrasound--A class of techniques that generate or detect ultrasonic waves in materials using various laser-based techniques.
  • CLGU--Continuous Laser Generation of Ultrasound.  This is a new method of generating ultrasound in materials using a high-powered continuous-wave laser.   
  • GCLAD--Gas-coupled Laser Acoustic Detection.  A method of detecting ultrasound where a laser's path is altered by the wave passing though the beam.
  • Dulcian--Our custom photodetector made specifically for GCLAD systems.
  • Blind Deconvolution--A class of methods that identify the blur in an image and attempt to remove the blur to restore the image.
  • SeDDaRA--A blind deconvolution method that identifies the blur in an image through comparison with a similar, but un-blurred image.
  • Tria--Our image processing progam that allows for easy application of SeDDaRA and host of other uncommon image processing methods.
  • PulseView--A data plotting program that quickly converts text-based data into a graph.