Whole Slide Imaging Software of MicroVisioneer

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Manual Whole Slide Imaging software

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MicroVisioneer Manual Whole Slide Imaging Software

Save Money:

By using your own microscope equipment, you only need to buy a camera and the microvisioneer whole slide imaging software. That’s just a fraction of a slide scanners cost!

Save Time:

For specimens up to 10 x 10 millimeters it’s often actually faster to scan manually!

Additionally, if you are waiting for slide scanners to become affordable, just start with the manual process now.

Scan With Oil:

Scanning a slide with oil immersion objectives is possible, too.

Save Image:

Bridge a potential outage of your slide scanner conveniently using manual whole slide imaging.

What do you need:

1. Microscope

You need a microscope with a trinocular tube. That means the microscope needs to have a camera port.

2. Camera Adapter

You need a compatible camera adapter. Adapters from 0.5x to 1.0x will work. Ask Microvisioneer to find out if your equipment meets the required specifications.

3. Camera

You need a compatible camera. Ask Microvisioneer to find out if your camera is already supported. New cameras are added on a first come first serve basis.

4. Software

Buy the manualWSI software directly from Microvisioneer with online support. Alternatively, ask for support from a local reseller.

Example
For example, this scan (link below) is for Orangutan mason slide using a 20x/NA0.75 which resulted in 134,144 x 55,296 pixels, i.e. 7,418 MegaPixels or 7.4 GigaPixels with 1.5Gigabites file size (compressed). Of course, this takes some time (like 40 minutes) to scan an area like that manually but it is possible.
https://www.easyzoom.com/imageaccess/ba13ab8b3781437f8529279ddada8150

Sample Video:

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What is the difference between BioStitch-500 and Microvision?

Microvis is just the software but BioStitch includes a camera and software. Microvis is way faster but expensive than BioStitch.

How long will it take to scan at 10x with Microvision?

This depends on the sample size, image acquisition parameters, and how you move the stage / sample.

Is Microvisioner suitable for 40x?

Generally speaking, it does not matter which lens you use. Principle of stitching the images live using the manual XY stage is the same. In practice, working with 40x requires gentle motion in X or Y direction.

I have an Olympus upright CX31 Microscope with binocular head. Does MicroVisioner work through eyepieces?

This is a camera and software system to use with your current microscope. You will need an eyepiece-type c-mount adapter. In other words, we need to find a way to project the image into the camera sensor and mechanically connect the camera to the scope body. Computer is the next step. You now run the software on your pc and hand on the scope stage to move it gently.

For eyepiece usage, we suggest taking a c-mount adapter with adjustable focus to get a super flat image. Most of eye tubes (where an eyepiece goes in) has an internal diameter of 30.0 or 30.5mm while a c-mount adapter has a different size, normally 23.0mm, and need to use a converter to be able to fit there tightly.

To have an easy access to the viewing head, we also provide a trinocular head.

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