Olympus software optimises industrial analysis
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Olympus Stream software
Olympus has introduced its Olympus Stream software for optimising industrial analysis using a microscope.
Built-in as part of the system, the instant Extended Focal Imaging (EFI) function enables the rapid investigation of thick samples with complex shapes, quickly creating a clear image that is fully focused.
The manual Multiple Image Alignment (MIA) function can be used to create panoramic images of large samples, meaning that users are not limited by their field of view.
The feature can stitch together an unlimited number of snapshots 'on-the-fly', via a step-by-step process that does not require a motorised stage.
The Olympus Stream 1.6 manual MIA function can be used to create large panoramic images of an entire sample.
Individual images are captured and stitched together automatically and in real time as the user moves around the sample.
Images are captured manually and stitched together to form the resulting panorama without the need for a motorised stage.
The Olympus Stream software can stitch together an unlimited number of images during a single round of acquisition.
Using the Olympus Stream 1.6 instant EFI function, it is possible to create an image where the entire sample surface is in focus, allowing users to rapidly examine the sample in question.
This is claimed to be particularly useful for visualising the surface of thick, irregularly shaped samples, generating clear images that provide as much information as possible.
To create such images, the user moves manually through the Z-axis, while the system captures only in-focus areas at each focal position.
These are then combined to provide the final image, ready for further investigation.
The system does not require any advanced motorisation or complex automatic control, making it quick and easy to use regardless of user expertise.
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Olympus Stream is capable of integrating with all existing Olympus hardware, including microscope frames, optics, cameras and accessories.
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