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The Huygens software
The Huygens Software is named after Christiaan Huygens, who studied and described the diffraction of light waves. The Software includes many image processing options, for brightfield and all types of fluorescence Microscope images. With Huygens it is possible to perform image deconvolution and restoration, interactive analysis and volume visualization in 2D, 3D, multi-channel and time. Additional Server and GPU-based Options ensure maximization of hardware performance. Please click here for more information about Huygens deconvolution. Feel also free to download the software and request a free trail license.
Different flavorsThe Huygens software comes in different flavors offering solutions for both single users and multi-user facilities. We also offer a Huygens web-based interface, Huygens Remote Manager, available for submitting deconvolution tasks via your internet browser to the compute engine Huygens Core. It is possible to get Huygens and additional options as a node-locked license, leased license or in a floating license configuration.
Part of the Huygens Software are, among others:
- Huygens Essential: For wizard guided deconvolution and visualization.
- Huygens Professional: For a complete set of image restoration and analysis tools.
- Huygens Core: A complete Huygens Compute Engine to program scripts and process a large number of images automatically.
- Huygens Scripting: A reduced version of Huygens Core.
- Huygens Titan: A microscopic images indexing tool.
Results of the Huygens deconvolution of a widefield image.
You can download the Huygens software from our website for free. After installing and starting the Huygens software, you can request a temporary test license to explore the Huygens deconvolution, visualization and restoration options. Feel free to try out all our products for free. There are also many FreeWare tools in the software that can run without any license.
Scientific references to SVI software.
Huygens software version 17.10 is released!
Thu 02 of Nov, 2017 12:08 CET
GPU deconvolution: impressive Huygens GPU performance with NVIDIA's brand-new Volta-based Tesla V100 card
Thu 12 of Oct, 2017 15:13 CEST
The Huygens Image Contest 2017 is open!
Fri 29 of Sep, 2017 15:39 CEST
SVI-Huygens at NIH
Wed 20 of Sep, 2017 10:19 CEST
Are you already following @svi_huygens on Twitter?
Wed 16 of Aug, 2017 11:44 CEST
Voulez-vous améliorer vos résultats de déconvolution avec Huygens?
Tue 15 of Aug, 2017 14:04 CEST
Learn more about Huygens Visualization with the new video tutorials
Mon 14 of Aug, 2017 10:17 CEST
Huygens helps you obtaining more accurate colocalization results: Huygens webinar
Mon 17 of Jul, 2017 09:39 CEST
Webinar about Optimization of deconvolution for extremely low-signal and noisy data
Fri 30 of Jun, 2017 10:37 CEST
New Huygens tutorial movies: Object Tracker, Crosstalk Corrector and Object Stabilizer
Thu 22 of Jun, 2017 10:04 CEST
Tue 28 of Nov, 2017
SVI will attend the 1st AO|2M Anniversary symposium
Thu 30 of Nov, 2017 15:37 CET
Huygens Imaging Course at NIH, Bethesda
Fri 01 of Dec, 2017 08:32 CET
Closing date Huygens Image Contest 2017 - Win a LAPTOP
Sun 03 of Dec, 2017 16:10 CET
SVI-Huygens at ASCB-EMBO meeting in Philadelphia
Thu 03 of May, 2018
Huygens Imaging Course at SVI office, May 3+4, 2018