available laboratory microscopes. Several modules expand a given microscope by a novelty filter based on optical nonlinear beam coupling and facilitate the immediate motion
detection of any object in real time. The filter moreover enables the measurement of optical density changes of an object with interferometric precision by its inherent phase contrast feature.
The nonlinear filter module including a CCD camera can be easily adapted to the microscope tube by a standard C-mount. The laser light source including beam splitting and beam conditioning is another module. By means of fiber coupling it further facilitates the upgrade of many microscopes. A control module along with the corresponding software ensures easy operability and high reproducibility. So laboratory personnel can operate the system independently
after brief training.
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