Microscope imaging software offers remote capability for large amounts of data

Olympus cellSens microscope imaging software allows researchers to move from initial image capture through processing, analysis and reporting in a few steps for deconvolution, cell counting, large area stitching, fluorescence unmixing and data sharing.

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Olympus (Center Valley, PA) cellSens microscope imaging software allows researchers to move from initial image capture through processing, analysis and reporting in a few steps for deconvolution, cell counting, large area stitching, fluorescence unmixing and data sharing. For researchers acquiring large amounts of data and working with colleagues in remote locations, a Database module provides a fully customizable SQL Server Express-based database that can be used locally or across global networks. A NetCam module offers live viewing over the Internet to further enhance collaboration. Researchers can exchange images and view data offline using the available cellSens Viewer software option. A constrained iterative (CI) deconvolution module helps improve image resolution, sharpness and contrast, delivering images using a proprietary deconvolution algorithm. Researchers can further explore the resulting image with advanced 3D visualization using the Voxel-Viewer feature. Options include 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 object measurement and classification tools.

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