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JadeDot - Digital Optical Microscopy System

The core element of digital optics is the spatial light modulator (SLM). With digital driving and the concept of programmable optical lens/beam array (FPLA), it provides unprecedented capabilities for optical superposition and parallel processing, which goes beyond the practice of analog-based optics. Light source and light field information can be modulated and manipulated through programmable control, which effectively simplifies the optical system architecture. At the same time, it increases the flexibility, speed, cost-saving, and multiplexing functions of the optical system, and greatly reduces the pains when designing and aligning the traditional optical system. Through the introduction of digital optics and tools, imaging systems in the field of biomedical optoelectronics will greatly be improved with higher image capture quality, efficiency, and image resolution.

Super-resolution Microscopy

Super-resolution microscopy (SRM) has been developed by employing the advantages of digital optics technology. It breaks the resolution limit of traditional super-resolution microscopes, which either need extra and special dying or computing power. The source of the illumination beam is modulated and re-formed arithmetically in a way to produce a smaller Full Width at Half Maximum (FWHM) of the scanning beam, which helps break the physical diffraction limit, and therefore increases the resolution of the image. Southport’s SRM is the most convenient super-resolution microscope you are looking for.

Fourier Microscope

Another new and groundbreaking application is the Fourier Microscope (FM). Taking advantage of digital optics, DLFM can conduct functions like Bright-field, Dark-field, Phase Contrast, Differential Interference Contrast (DIC)and more, at the same optical setup. There is no need for extra modules or setups to achieve. The multi-purpose microscopic image capturing and analysis of the DLFM performs multiple traditional imaging modes in one system, which keeps away from the uncertainties and efforts to identify the ROI when switching devices. DLFM is the world’s first software-defined microscope module, a new optical and hybrid technology that records multiple image information in one image, which directly links AI imaging and may further feedback for the development of autonomous focusing for DLFM.


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