For single and multiple users, at any time and place. We offer tailored solutions.
Use Huygens Everywhere
A new way of using Huygens Essential and Localizer everywhere.
Online Image Processing
Multi-user and high-throughput image processing using the web-interface Huygens Remote Manager.
Deconvolution is a mathematical operation used in image restoration. With the advanced Huygens Deconvolution Algorithms you can significant improve your microscope images.
Huygens deconvolution supports various microscope types with optical options that takes the specific properties of each type into account.
The Huygens Software is used for all kinds of microscopes and applications. See what Huygens Deconvolution can do for your research in the different galleries.
For quantitative analysis of deconvolution results, it is important to avoid unnecessary pre- or post-processing steps. Furthermore, it is crucial that the entire image is processed and restored correctly.
The Surface Renderer is a powerful 3D visualization tool that enables the visualization of isosurfaces of volumes.
The Maximum Intensity Projection (MIP) Renderer produces 3D to 2D projections of the highest intensities in an object.
The Simulated Fluorescence Process (SFP) Renderer generates realistic 3D scenes, based on a 3D microscopy image which is interpreted as a distribution of fluorescent material.
The Movie Maker is a tool that allows the user to easily create sophisticated animations of multi-channel 3D images using the powerful Huygens visualization tools.
Huygens Object Tracker tracks the movement of cells and particles in time series images. Filter, edit, and analyze the tracks with the included Track Analyzer.
With colocalization analysis for fluorescence microscopy you can obtain quantitative information about the amount of spatial overlap between structures in different channels for 3D images and 3D-time series.
Objects in 3D-5D (multichannel, time series) images can be quickly and easily analyzed with Huygens Object Analyzer. Statistics of objects are produced with just a few button clicks.
Huygens Workshops in Bethesda, Philadelphia and NYC between March 25-27
Attend one of our Huygens Workshops at NIAID-NIH, Wistar Institute, or Rockefeller. Contact the facility or email us.
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SVI joins the NAMS meeting at NYU Langone Health.
SVI will give a TechTalk about the upcoming Image Quality Control tool on March 28th at the NAMS meeting.
Winners announced of the Huygens Image Contest 2023.
A big thanks to all who joined the Huygens Image Contest2023, and congratulations to the prize winners.
Click here to see the winners
SVI at RMS UK Light Microscopy Facility Meeting 2024.
See our TechnoBite on high throughput and Convex Hull analysis, and have a chat with Mark and Vincent.
Webinar Nov. 7th: WhatsNew in Huygens 23.10.
New tools for batch colocalization analysis, auto contrast, saving RAM and disk space, import segmentation info from machine learning software, etcetera.
Watch it here
Webinar Oct 24th: Analyzing objects within other objects and object organization, using clusters and convex hull operations
Close/fill objects that are non-homogenously stained and cluster objects with the Object Analyzer
Watch it here
Webinar Oct 10th: Analysis Pipelines - Batch processing
Learn how to run workflows with Huygens Command Line Interface, Python Scripts, or your web-browser via HRM.
Watch it here
SVI at BNMI2023-Odense on August 22nd
Join our flash talk and workshop, and experience how to design workflows and perform batch image restoration and analysis in Huygens.