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Huygens Image/Movie Contest 2018

Have a big chance to win an Acer laptop by submitting your most favorite image and/or movie created with Huygens!


Closing date is extended to December 9, 2018 (at midnight).


The Winner receives an Acer Chromebook 14 CB3-431-C5K7 (4GB RAM, 32GB SSD).. All other Huygens users that participate will receive a small present.


''With uploading your data sets you agree that SVI can use the image for commercial and educational purposes. Acceptable entries include a short description of the imaged object and in what way Huygens was used. Do not forget to include your name and Institute address. Of course, you are more than welcome to submit multiple images or movies!'

Images can be send to contest at svi.nl, or if too large via this upload site. Winners will be informed before December 15, 2018.

Suggestion: Feel free to download the Huygens Suite on your own computer and contact us (info@svi.nl) for free test licenses with all options (including 3D Visualization and the MovieMaker) activated.

Download the Image Contest 2018 flyer to advertise this contest in your facility/Institute.

We look forward to seeing your image(s)/movie(s)!
The SVI team




1st Prize Winners Image Contest 2017

(See here for the other 2017 prize winners)


Image from Romain Guiet

Hela cell stained for DNA (Azure), F-Actin (Spring Green), Mitochondria (Amber) and Tubulin (Bright Pink). Confocal images were taken with a Zeiss LSM710 microscope and deconvolved with Huygens software.
Hela cell stained for DNA (Azure), F-Actin (Spring Green), Mitochondria (Amber) and Tubulin (Bright Pink). Confocal images were taken with a Zeiss LSM710 microscope and deconvolved with Huygens software.


Image from Dimitris Kapsokalyvas

SHG signal of the rat soleous muscle's myosin imaged with a Leica two-photon microscope (NA: 1, 20x). Stack has been deconvolved with Huygens using a measured PSF, and visualized with the Huygens SFP Renderer. High quality imaging together with Huygens allows you to see through the muscle's A bands from one side to the other. The stack dimensions is 105x105x87 μm.
SHG signal of the rat soleous muscle's myosin imaged with a Leica two-photon microscope (NA: 1, 20x). Stack has been deconvolved with Huygens using a measured PSF, and visualized with the Huygens SFP Renderer. High quality imaging together with Huygens allows you to see through the muscle's A bands from one side to the other. The stack dimensions is 105x105x87 μm.