October 28, 2015

              Basler ace USB 3.0 Camera Delivers a Clear 3D-View of Living Cells

              Nanolive’s microscope, the 3D Cell Explorer
              Nanolive, a Swiss start-up, used the 3D Cell Explorer to develop a method for scientists to explore cells in 3D for the first time without the use of chemicals or markers. Its revolutionary microscope offers previously unseen insights into the inner life of cells. This offers two benefits: First, there's no need for a time-intensive preparatory procedure; second, the method is non-invasive for the cell, which is not damaged in the process.

              While researching a suitable camera for its 3D Cell Explorer, Nanolive contacted Basler's local sales partner Fujifilm. Thanks to the professional support from Fujifilm — in both the selection and integration of the camera — and its positive prior experiences with Basler cameras, Nanolive ultimately opted for the Basler ace USB 3.0 camera

              The 3D Cell Explorer is based on technology that works around the limits of light. The interior of the microscope features the acA2000-165um, a Basler ace USB 3.0 camera. The camera produces a hologram by combining a light beam sent through the sample against a reference beam.

              Read more about this in our Success Story "Look Inside Life with Nanolive's 3D Cell Explorer and a Basler ace USB 3.0 Camera".

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