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Visualant to show new ChromaID™ F12 Scanner at Laser World of Photonics

May 9, 2013

Company accepting preorders for development kits

Seattle, WA (PRWEB) May 09, 2013

Visualant, Inc. (OTCBB: VSUL) — an industry-leading provider of chromatic-based identification and diagnostic solutions with its ChromaID technology, announced today that it will be showing the new ChromaID F12 Scanner for the first time in Europe at the booth C2/657 at the Laser World of Photonics in Munich, Germany, taking place on May 13th-16th, 2013.

The ChromaID F12 Scanner is a handheld device designed for authentication and diagnosis of flat substances, using LEDs and Photodiodes. This scanner will be included in Visualant´s forthcoming ChromaID F12 Lab Kit, which is planned for release early in Q3 2013. Visualant´s ChromaID Developer Tools will let developers build custom applications with this scanner, and evaluate the ChromaID Scanhead for use in their own products.

“The realization of the ChromaID F12 Scanner as our first product in the marketplace is an important milestone for our company and this sector,” said Ron Erickson, President and CEO. “It will empower innovation and enable people to use our technology for their own applications, which will lead to a myriad of uses that we never anticipated or dreamed of.”

The Laser World of Photonics is one of the largest photonics shows in the world with more than 29,000 attendees, 1,100 exhibitors and participants from 65 countries. This makes it a focal point for new technologies and provides a unique opportunity for Visualant to share and socialize the ChromaID technology for industrial, commercial and consumer applications and markets throughout Europe.

For more information or to preorder the ChromaID F12 Lab Kit, contact Todd Sames, VP Business Development by phone: +1 (425) 269-7546 or email: todd(dot)m(dot)sames(at)visualant(dot)net

About Visualant, Inc.

Visualant is a public company whose shares trade under the stock symbol, VSUL. The Visualant Spectral Pattern Matching technology directs structured light onto a substance, through a liquid/gas, or off a surface, to capture a unique ChromaID. When matched against existing databases, a ChromaID can be used to identify, detect, or diagnosis markers invisible to the human eye. ChromaID scanner modules can be integrated into a variety of mobile or fixed-mount form factors. The patented technology is disruptive, making it possible to effectively conduct analyses in the field that could only previously be performed by large and expensive lab—based tests.

Visualant has a Joint Development Agreement through December 31, 2013 with Sumitomo Precision Products Co., Ltd. (“SPP”), which focuses on the commercialization of the SPM technology and an ongoing License Agreement providing SPP with an exclusive license of the SPM technology in identified Asian territories. For more information, visit http://www.visualant.net.

Sumitomo Precision Products Co., Ltd. is publicly traded and has operations in Japan, United States, China, United Kingdom, Canada, and other parts of the world. Additional information on SPP is available at http://www.spp.co.jp/English/index2-e.html.

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