In almost every lab where there is a a microscope, there is a need to document images. But the needs varies largely for different labs and organizations. In the easiest case you probably just want to capture one or a few images, save it to file, and later use them in some kind of report. In the more advanced scenario, you might have requirement to document all samples analyzed, with thousands or even hundred of thousands images per year.
Almost certainly you want to share your images with others and even with other labs or departments in your organization.
Our products can do all the above. This article is to explain which products might suit you best.
Configure one or MULTIPLE MICROSCOPES/cameras
Configure one or more Input Devices, where each input device typically corresponds to a microscope with a video camera. Add magnifications and calibrate each magnification.
You can easily connect both you conventional microscope and a stereo microscope to the same system.
Here is a short video that demonstrate how easy you can connect a microscope and a camera to the system.
CALIBRATE YOUR MAGNIFICATIONS
Calibrate each magnification and let all users share the same calibrations.
In case you want to protect your calibration form changes, you can password protect this setting.
Native Support for IDS/Ueye cameras
Picsara works with all IDS-Imaging/uEye cameras, and these are the cameras we recommend. The software is specially written for these cameras and are truly easy to use.
Support for ANY Direct Show compatible camera
You can also add any Direct Show compatible camera to the systems. Most high quality cameras supports Direct Show. In this mode the functionality is depending on the quality and functionality of the Direct Show driver, but in general it works fine.