System description & applications
Random Illumination Microscopy is a new and promising super-resolution technique for live cell imaging.
Random Illumination Microscopy is an innovative SIM-based super-resolution technique for live cell imaging. RIM exploits speckled illuminations and statistical reconstruction to provide super-resolved images down to 90nm. Its high temporal resolution and low phototoxicity make it the ideal solution for live cell imaging.
RIM is also a robust and low-cost technique thanks to its simplicity.
microscope device list
- Microscope Nikon Tie
- Light Source Lumencor SpectraX
- 2x Camera Hamamatsu Fusion
- Laser bench Oxxius LBX-4C (405, 445, 488, 561)
- Piezo PiezoConcept
- 1x SLM 4D