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Huygens Image & Movie Contest 2020

Submit your most favorite image and/or movie created with Huygens!



1st prize winner receives a Chromebook (14 inch touchscreen, 4GB RAM, 64GB SSD).

2nd to 5th place receive an exteral 1TB HDD with a print of the winning image.


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!

Send images before December 6th (2020) to contest at svi.nl or, if too large, via this Upload Site. Winners will be informed before December 15, 2020.

Test Huygens license.

Feel free to download the latest Huygens Suite on your own computer and contact us (info@svi.nl) for a free Huygens trial to create your perfect image or movie.

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



1st Prize Winner Image Contest 2019



Image from Howard Vindin (Weiss Laboratory, School of Life and Environmental Sciences, Faculty of Science, University of Sydney)

Erythrocytes that mark the developing vasculature in a mouse embryo (E14.5). This 8x11x2mm specimen was imaged on a multiphoton microscope excited at 790nm using a 25x 1.0NA Objective. Subsequently, the image was stitched, deconvolved with Huygens Professional using a measured PSF, and visualised with depth-coded colouring using the Huygens MIP renderer (version 19.10). Howard's instagram account (#artofmicroscopy) shows many great images and nearly all of them have been processed with the help of Huygens.
Erythrocytes that mark the developing vasculature in a mouse embryo (E14.5). This 8x11x2mm specimen was imaged on a multiphoton microscope excited at 790nm using a 25x 1.0NA Objective. Subsequently, the image was stitched, deconvolved with Huygens Professional using a measured PSF, and visualised with depth-coded colouring using the Huygens MIP renderer (version 19.10). Howard's instagram account (#artofmicroscopy) shows many great images and nearly all of them have been processed with the help of Huygens.