Huygens Batch Express: deconvolve all your newly acquired images automatically upon saving
Realtime deconvolution upon image saving.
Compatible with many microscope types.
Huygens supports many different file formats from Widefield, Confocal, Spinning Disk, Multi-Photon, STED 3D, and SPIM/Light Sheet microscopes.
Fully automated batch deconvolution
Smart templates for automated background and SNR estimation ensure high quality deconvolution.
Batch Express deconvolution: Easy, Fast & Efficient
The new Batch Express is a fully automated image processing pipeline for images present in the Watched Folder directory. Any images previously acquired or acquired on the spot, can be stored within the Watched folder, and are immediately and automatically deconvolved by Deconvolution Express within seconds and saved to an Output folder. Both folders can be on any location within the network. Batch Express uses smart templates and the same high-quality deconvolution algorithms that Huygens is well known for. Batch Express supports a wide range of microscope types and File Formats so compatibility with your image files is not an issue.
Light-sheet Fusion & Deconvolution Webinar, Held September 18th, 2018
Wed 19 of Sep, 2018 11:47 CEST
Cover and article on Huygens Light Sheet Fusion and Deconvolution Wizard in current Microscopy Today issue
Thu 13 of Sep, 2018 10:00 CEST
Huygens workshops and possibility to get advice for your own microscopic images during Bio2018 in Gdansk, Poland (September 18-21, 2018
Wed 12 of Sep, 2018 10:32 CEST
Upcoming SVI-BiteSizeBio webinar: Reliable quantification of fluorescence images
Fri 31 of Aug, 2018 10:32 CEST
Huygens imaging course this September is fully booked - Next course in May 2019
Tue 14 of Aug, 2018 11:37 CEST
Important note to Hyvolution 2 users
Mon 06 of Aug, 2018 16:10 CEST
What's New Webinar 18.04
Thu 17 of May, 2018 10:42 CEST
Release of Huygens Remote Manager 3.5.0
Tue 06 of Feb, 2018 16:01 CET
Thu 27 of Sep, 2018
Huygens Workshop at NKI
Tue 09 of Oct, 2018 17:00 CEST
SVI-BiteSizeBio webinar: Reliable quantification of fluorescence images
Mon 12 of Nov, 2018
Huygens HRM Hackaton 2018
Thu 09 of May, 2019
Huygens imaging course on May 9+10 2019