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Light Sheet Fluorescence Microscopy (LSFM) is a cutting edge fluorescence microscopy technique with good optical sectioning capabilities and high speed image acquisition.  Because LSFM scans samples by using a plane of light instead of a point (as in confocal microscopy), it can acquire images at speeds 100 to 1000 times faster than those offered by point-scanning methods.  This method is used to view cells and whole living creatures.  It is especially beneficial for lengthy observations of embryonic development because it is a less phototoxic compared to other imaging techniques.  LSFM imaging produces images on the order of gigabytes to terabytes.

arivis InViewR can work with almost all types of 3D microscopy images, even huge ones, in virtual reality space. InViewR’s unique direct volume rendering does not require time consuming conversion of files to surface renderings.  Thus structures can be instantly colored based on their densities (intensities) in the image and interactively visualized.

The movie is of a lung imaged via light sheet microscope.  arivis InViewR allows exploration deep inside the structure to provide a new look at the organization of lung tissue.  
 
Contact: immersive@arivis.com 

For more information visit: http://www.arivis.com/inviewr

Images courtesy: Anette Feuchtinger, Research Unit Analytical Pathology, Helmholtz Zentrum Munich, Germany, 
Data acquired on a LaVisionBioTec Ultramicroscope II
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AMAZING,i thought it was an operation or some experiment at first @arivis
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arivis1 yr ago
@Alaina Turcotte this is half of a mouse lung. During the video, you'll fly trhough bronchial tubes where the air that the mouse breathes, reaches the alveoli. There, the exchange of carbon dioxide and oxygen with the red blood cells happens.
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Flappy1 yr ago
wow this is great piece for education
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whats that!
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