The Infinity 2 Microscope Dark Field Phase-Contrast Microscope was created to enable healthcare professionals to directly observe the condition of live blood cells, as a diagnostic tool and to assess the efficacy of treatments.
Its development was spearheaded by Ed Hoyt, Calroy’s CEO, when he was leading Infinity 2, the global wellness company he co-founded. The device combined a Nikon Dark Field Phase-Contrast Microscope, a proprietary 2 CCD camera, and custom digital image enhancement software written by the team at Infinity 2.
Infinity 2 sold over 1,500 of the devices along with a 3-day training in their clinical use, a package priced at $15,000.
In addition, the company used its microscope as a powerful tool for demonstrating the effectiveness of its own line of nutraceuticals.