Finally, an Automated Microscope that your entire lab can use
Microscopes are very powerful tools, essential for research and discovery. However, most advanced systems on the market today are overly complicated and highly application specific.
Revolution can accommodate a variety of core imaging techniques. Its unique, automated hybrid design provides you with more capability than any other widefield microscope.Build and Price
A simple, powerful interface, eliminates your learning curve
View and capture your samples in seconds. Our touch-based app eliminates learning curve, making your microscopy easier than ever.
Excess controllers, cables, and power supplies are removed
Cables, controllers, and power supplies are housed within the microscope to remove clutter and ensure connectivity.
Microscope XY stage and Z-Focus are driven with touch, mouse, and joystick (optional).
Superior Optical Performance
Observe your samples with unparalled clarity using Revolution’s world class optical components, viewed on an Ultra High-Resolution display.Build and Price
13.5 Million Pixels
Advanced Capabilities Built for Discovery
View and capture live samples with automated time-lapse microscopy.
Ensures optimal conditions for maintaining specimen viability.
Capture and overlay multiple wavelengths in Fluorescence.
Set multiple acquisition points to view and revisit over time.
Capture and stitch to form large FOV high resolution images.
Acquire and stack images at multiple focal planes.
Automatically find and track best Z-plane(s) for focus.
High-speed image stitching.
HYPERSCAN | High-Speed Image Stitching
Hyperscan enables ultra fast scanning and mosaic image stitching at high-speed camera frame rates in Brightfield and Fluorescence.
Revolution synchronizes brushless linear servo motors with camera triggering for high-speed continuous scanning.
Scan your entire samples in seconds, then revisit areas of interest.
High-Speed Predictive Focus Tracking
Fast, Seamless Tiling with real time shading correction
Fast, Quiet, Linear Shaft stage with 0.1 um encoders