Dino-Lite microscopes are plug-n-play into Windows and Mac systems combined with free and easy to use software.Read more “Improving work from home | Remote collaboration with Dino-Lite”
This is a Dino-Lite Digital Microscope application video focusing on coins. All the images shown were captured by Dino-Lite Microscopes, and in this blog we’ll talk about ways to capture images like these.Read more “Using the Dino-Lite for Coin Inspection”
This is a Dino-Lite video focusing on zebrafish research applications. Zebrafish are very popular in scientific and medical research and are known as a model organism for studies relating to vertebrate development, developmental biology and human genetic diseases.Read more “Using the Dino-Lite for Zebrafish Research”
This is a Dino-Lite digital microscope application blog post focusing on textiles. All the sample images shown were captured by Dino-Lite microscopes, and in this post, we’ll talk about the best ways to capture images like these.Read more “Using the Dino-Lite for Textile Applications”
This is a Dino-Lite digital microscope application blog post focusing on dermatology. All the sample images shown were captured by Dino-Lite microscopes, and in this post, we’ll talk about the best ways to capture images like these.Read more “Dermatology Applications with Dino-Lite”
Users with existing traditional microscopes can use DinoEye eyepiece cameras to observe and capture images of what is seen through the eyepiece. Dino-Lite handheld models can also view slides, either through handheld use or with a stand at high magnifications., Oobservation and image capture is easily performed with the included software which allows additional features such as measurement.Read more “Examining Blood Cells with Dino-Lite Microscopes”
Dino-Lite microscopes are used in a variety of cannabis industry applications such as dispensaries, growing, laboratories, and more. Used for displaying product in style, searching for contaminates, spot-checking plants for trichome color, or examining crops up close for any microscopic pests. Dino-Lite microscopes provide solutions whether at a computer or out in the field with a tablet or smartphone.Read more “Inspection of Cannabis with Digital Microscopes”
Dino-Lite digital microscope cameras are an effective and increasingly popular imaging device for use in the inspection and photographing of jewelry, diamonds, and other collectibles.
Capillaroscopy is a non-invasive, easy and safe diagnostic technique designed to evaluate small vessels of the microcirculation in the nail fold. It can reveal both the general architecture of capillary rows and fine details of particular vessels.Read more “Capillaroscopy for Examing Microcirculation”
Portability is a huge factor for many users, especially when fieldwork in involved. With a portable digital microscope set-up, taking petrographic samples can be done easily and quickly in the lab as well as the field.
I’ve always had an interest in things like archaeology and anthropology, the study of the past is fascinating. How experts can learn and understand how people in cultures lived and interacted a long time ago which can, in turn, help us understand the present and even the future is incredible. Recently, Dr. Isabelle Druc of UW-Madison and The Field Museum Chicago spoke with us about the analysis of ancient ceramics as well as the technology that is helping aid with her research.Read more “Analysis of Ancient Ceramics: Dr. Isabelle Druc”
When it comes to textiles, composite fibers, and advanced fabrics the smallest details make a huge difference. Trying to view, image, and analyze can be a challenge for many companies without the necessary equipment and can create a multi-step workflow which can be effectively cut through by using a handheld digital microscope setup. Dino-Lite offers many models with options including adjustable polarizers, UV lighting, focus stacking (EDOF), as well as other effective software features and a wide range of accessories.Read more “Effective viewing of Textiles, Composite Fibers and Advanced Fabrics”