Macroscopic Solutions recently produced the Macropod, that your organization calls “a low cost, lightweight, three dimensional imaging solution.” The computer may take sharp, detailed images of the extremely, very small. Unlike a normal macro lens, allowing for a relatively shallow depth of area, the Macropod can make multiple exposures each in-focus, at various depths. The pictures are then attached together digitally to make an image that”s entirely in-focus, and very remarkable. The technique is recognized as ” focus.”
A blister beetle.
Black wasp, with measurements
A black wasp”s compound eye.
A black wasp face.
Another, cuter, jumping spider
A closeup on a jumping spider”s face.
The human eye
The cells of an Asiatic Dayflower.
The leaf of a shrug at 50x magnification.
A closeup of some fall foliage.
Not just does this technology create opportunities for photographers and the ones enthusiastic about aesthetics, however it can also allow experts and researchers to sustain colors and the details that will wander away with microscope and stereoscope slides.
For a more in depth description of how the Macropod works, check this movie out: