What: FREE webinar
Where: Right from your computer
Duration: 60 minutes, including LIVE Q&A
How More Accurate and Reproducible Measurements Can Be Made Through Telecentricity
Telecentric lenses have existed for decades, but are not available on every microscope system. “Telecentricity” is an important design feature of an optical system, in which all rays passing through the system are very nearly collimated and parallel to the optical axis in the image space, the object space, or both. The advantage of telecentricity is constant magnification when changing object distance. This gives you better comparison of samples of different heights; more accurate measurements of 3-D shapes; and better reproducibility when re-viewing a sample previously viewed at a different depth of field.
Attendees of this webinar will learn how to:
- Understand sources of optical error in image analysis
- Optimize image accuracy and reproducibility with telecentric optical systems
- Achieve more accurate measurements of 3-D shapes
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