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Microscopy Software

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Olympus Europa Holding GmbH has introduced its Olympus Stream 6.1 software for optimizing industrial analysis using a microscope. Built-in instant extended focal imaging (EFI) and manual multiple image alignment (MIA) functions expand the range of imaging possibilities while simplifying and speeding up the process. The EFI function is suitable for rapid investigation of thick samples with complex irregular shapes, quickly creating a clear image that is fully focused. The MIA function creates panoramic images of large samples and can stitch together an unlimited number of snapshots on-the-fly and in real time during a single round of acquisition as the user moves around the sample. The software provides flexibility to optimize image acquisition, measurement, archiving and automation.

Jan 2012

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