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Imaris ClearView GPU™

Did you know that images coming from fluorescent microscopes are a convolution of the real (original) image and point spread function (PSF)? See the sharp edges of your structures and remove the haze around your objects by getting back the original image using the mathematical operation called deconvolution. There’s nothing easier than employing Imaris ClearView to do that for you. Put Those Photons Back Where They Came From!

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ClearView-GPU™ Deconvolution Benefits

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Modalities

ClearView-GPU™ deconvolution has dedicated algorithms for the common modalities: confocal, widefield and TIRF and can be performed on 3D stacks and time series.


Point Scanning Confocal - Image courtesy of: Dr Claudia Florindo and Dr Álvaro Tavares, CMBR, University of Algarve, Algarve, Portugal


Spinning Disk Confocal - Image courtesy of Edinburgh Super Resolution Imaging Facility (ESRIC), Edinburgh, UK


Spinning Disk Confocal - Image courtesy of University of Montpellier, Montpellier, France


Spinning Disk Confocal - Image courtesy of: Dr Shin-ichi Koizumi, Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology (OIST), Okinawa, Japan


Widefield - Image courtesy of: Dr Mark Brown, Andor Technology, Belfast, UK

Technical Features and Algorithms

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Integrated into Dragonfly Fusion

ClearView-GPU™ deconvolution module is part of the Fusion acquisition software which runs the Andor Dragonfly multi-modal confocal, which enables performing almost live deconvolution during acquisition. That said, Dragonfly not only benefits from Andor EMCCD and sCMOS technologies and spinning disk to deliver industry-leading signal to noise and image fidelity but also ClearView-GPU™ deconvolution to maximize resolution and throughput. ClearView-GPU™ deconvolution can be applied in all modes that Dragonfly operates: confocal, widefield and TIRF on 3D stacks and time series.

ClearView-GPU™ module is part of the Fusion acquisition software which runs the Andor Dragonfly multi-modal confocal. ClearView-GPU™ enables immediate live deconvolution during acquisition and visualisation in real-time during the experimental progress.