What's New Webinar 18.04

Thursday 17 of May, 2018
The Huygens 18.04 What's New Webinar will showcase the new features that are included in the 18.04 Huygens version. In the new version we will introduce a new feature in Huygens: the Batch Express! You simply have to select the desired Watched folder and the images in the folder will be automatically deconvolved by the Batch Express within seconds. The Batch Express supports a wide range of microscope types (widefield, confocal, spinning disk, multiphoton, STED, and a variety of SPIM/Light Sheet systems) and file formats. Compatibility with your image files is not an issue. Additional features and tools in the 18.04 version are:

  • Triplet mode in Twin Slicer (in Basic Mode!)
  • Added “Cold Pixel” mode in Hot Pixel Remover
  • New Lattice Light Sheet Deconvolution
  • Object Stabilizer: added deskew mode for Lattice Light Sheet data, ability to choose a reference frame or slice
  • Added colocalization coefficients in an improved Coloc Analyzer: Li's ICQ, Van Steensel's CCF
  • Native Nikon ND2 and Olympus OIR readers for Windows
  • Multi GPU deconvolution via the Operations Window in Huygens Professional
  • New GPU operations: filters, copy, statistics, histogram operations, slicing, multiMIP, faster deconvolution, visualization, and Deconvolution Express
  • New right-click menu for an easier workflow

You can download Huygens 18.04 from here and you can request a test license after starting Huygens Essential or Professional.

Are you interested in the recording of the webinar? Email sales at svi.nl. For a list of the new features available in 18.04 please consult this webpage.

Release of Huygens Remote Manager 3.5.0

Tuesday 06 of February, 2018
The Huygens Remote Manager is a multi-user web-based interface to the Huygens Core for parallel batch deconvolution. The HRM team and Scientific Volume Imaging are proudly announcing the release of HRM version 3.5.0. New features include:

  • New, modern user interface
  • GMLE deconvolution algorithm
  • Stabilization of deconvolved time series
  • New spherical aberration correction mode
  • New license overview page for admins
  • Performance increase for image selection
  • Bug fixes

Visit the HRM website via this link for more information and enjoy HRM 3.5.0!


GPU deconvolution: impressive Huygens GPU performance with NVIDIA's brand-new Volta-based Tesla V100 card

Thursday 12 of October, 2017
SVI has recently performed GPU deconvolution benchmarks for several 3D image dimensions with three state-of-the-art GPU cards.
The brand-new NVidia Volta-based Tesla V100 shows an impressive acceleration compared to the the (Pascal) P100 and GTX Titan Xp cards, which had already demonstrated extremely fast deconvolution performance in previous Huygens benchmark tests.

The acceleration factor shown in the chart below is relative to a 6 core (12 threads) Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-1650 v4 @ 3.60GHz.
The acceleration factor was determined by comparing the average time per iteration over a total of 100 iterations using the Huygens CMLE algorithm.

500x500x40 1000x1000x50 1000x1000x100 1600x1600x100 1600x1600x200 0 5 10 15 20 25 Huygens deconvolution GPU acceleration *Acceleration relative to Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-1650 v4 @ 3.60GHz. Higher is better V100 P100 GTX Titan Xp Image pixel dimension (X * Y * Z) Acceleration factor * NVIDIA GPU cards: www.svi.nl
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