The uScopeGX lets you control the angle of the analyzer while scanning and browsing. You can easily adjust the polarization angle and (re)scan a region of interest.
The following user filters in the uScope Navigator software give you complete control over image processing and picture correction.
Most digital microscopes are shared between many researchers. That's not the case with the uScopeGX. The uScopeGX is designed and priced for the individual user.
The uScopeGX is a self-contained digital microscope. All the electronics, cameras, stage, and optics are contained in a device about the size of an external disk drive. The only thing you need is a Windows PC.
The uScopeGX is very tolerant of typical office and lab environments. Special, weighted tables are not required to capture clear, vibration-free images.
Users can easily setup and install the uScopeGX without a team of IT specialists. Most users can take the uScopeGX from the box to viewing slides in under 10 minutes. Special file servers, network interfaces, and ultra high-performance desktop computers are not required.
The uScopeGX provides industry-standard image formats that can be used with cloud-based computing services.
The uScopeGX supports multiple removable slide trays that support a number of
different slide sizes. A standard 1"×3" slide tray is included. Optional trays are available for
1"×2", 1" round, 28mm×45mm, and 30mm×45mm slides.
The .Net compatible API allows developers direct hardware control of the uScopeHXII. In addition, the API provides support for a variety of image enhancement filters. Developers can use the API to integrate support for the uScopeHXII into existing analysis or imaging tools.