Tucsen is proud to introduce their latest camera control and analysis software Mosaic 3.0. This software integrates Tucsen’s sCMOS and CMOS software into a unified platform, adding various analysis tools, incorporating computational imaging functions, optimizing the user interface design, to help users enhance imaging experiment efficiency.
Real-time Analysis Tools
Mosaic 3.0 adds various real-time analysis tools and introduces a physical science application mode to provide you the real-time quantitative data references, adjusting experimental parameters instantly, improving experimental efficiency.
Figure 1 the Physical Science Mode
In the physical science mode, the preview window can display real-time intensity curves in the horizontal and vertical directions of reference pixels. It also supports real-time histogram, binning, and a line profile tools for real-time intensity analysis.
Computational Imaging Functions
Mosaic 3.0 incorporates image algorithms such as automatic white balance and automatic exposure, requiring minimal manual adjustment to capture high-quality images with just one click. It also offers powerful and practical computational imaging functions such as real-time stitching, real-time EDF, and automatic counting, making capture and analysis time-saving and effortless.
Figure 2 the Real-time Stitching Demo
User-friendly Interaction Design
Mosaic 3.0 also allows the user to optimize their layout based on their imaging needs. You can not only adjust settings based on real-time information such as chip temperature and cache utilization, but also customize your own exclusive workspace through custom configuration, making your operations more intuitive and efficient.
Figure 3 the Custom Configuration