Module aids microscopy

Differential interference contrast (DIC) module is designed for video imaging. When used with one of the company's high-magnification lenses (zoom or non-zoom), the DIC allows users to image a microscopy sample to a video monitor. The DIC system enables a user to view a 3-D representation of the surface geometry of a sample, provided a distinction can be realized between raised and lowered regions. This technique is effective when using transmitted light on reflective surfaces.

Differential interference contrast (DIC) module is designed for video imaging. When used with one of the company's high-magnification lenses (zoom or non-zoom), the DIC allows users to image a microscopy sample to a video monitor. The DIC system enables a user to view a 3-D representation of the surface geometry of a sample, provided a distinction can be realized between raised and lowered regions. This technique is effective when using transmitted light on reflective surfaces. Inspecting semiconductor wafers, flat-panel displays, diamonds, translucent biological samples, and optical media (hard drives) are all easier when applying the DIC imaging technique.
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Rochester, NY, USA
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