GelSight is a developer of portable, non-destructive elastomeric 3D imaging systems used to improve quality control processes in aerospace, automotive and other high-value industries.
GelSight provides extremely detailed and rapid surface measurements through the novel GelSight sensor technology invented at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
GelSight was founded in 2011 by Kimo Johnson, Janos Rohaly, and Edward Adelson. The company is headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts.
GelSight's proprietary technology provides extremely detailed and rapid surface measurements through an elastomeric sensor technology invented at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
GelSight's flagship product, GelSight Mobile™ is a handheld instrument that precisely visualizes and measures the 3D topography of any surface, revealing microscopic structures that are difficult to see under ordinary circumstances. The tool can be used on any surface, including metal or glass, due to GelSight’s elastomeric sensor.
GelSight is backed by Anzu Partners. The company raised $10M in a Series B round on Jan 24, 2020. This new round brings GelSight's total funding to $11.8M to date.