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Olympus has introduced cellSens microscope imaging software. The fully customizable software lets researchers move smoothly and quickly from image capture through processing, analysis and reporting. It also supports functions as deconvolution, cell counting, large area stitching, fluorescence unmixing and data sharing.

Developed by Olympus engineers specifically for Olympus microscope users, the software’s interface displays only the windows and tools the user needs at any given time. Researchers can customize the interface to streamline their individual workflows for more efficient imaging, processing, measurement, analysis and communication of data.

For researchers acquiring large amounts of data and working with colleagues in remote locations, the Database module provides a fully customizable SQL Server Express-based database that can be used locally or across global networks. The Olympus NetCam module offers live viewing over the Internet to further enhance collaboration. Researchers can exchange images and view data offline using cellSens Viewer software, a free download.

The system has a newly designed, lightning-fast constrained iterative (CI) deconvolution module that helps improve image resolution, sharpness and contrast. It delivers images of superior quality using a proprietary deconvolution algorithm. Researchers can further explore the resulting image with advanced 3D visualization via the software’s Voxel-Viewer feature.

cellSens Dimension allows options such as 5D-multidimensional acquisition for multi-wavelength, Z-stack and time-lapse experiments; an X-Y stage control module designed for multi-point acquisition and large area montaging; and comprehensive object measurement and classification tools. cellSens Standard meets the need for basic image acquisition and analysis with streamlined operation. cellSens Entry is designed for those who do not require the most advanced capabilities.

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