Gregor Overney's Work with Video Microscopy



Gregor sent me an example of here is one without the flashy titals the work. It is a 15 megabyte MP4 file that plays in Quick Time video on my computer. The file is loacated at:
www.science-info.net/pages/Gregor_Overnrey/Microcosmos.mp4

Without titaling www.science-info.net/pages/Gregor_Overnrey/Microcosmos_rev2.mp4



Gregor describes the tools he used to make the Video:

The program I used for this is called Pinnacle Studio Ultimate 11, which sells for around 120 US$. It comes with full DVI support (mp4) and is really easy to use. My son used it for some of his school projects. For the entire movie I used a PixeLink PL-A662 Firewire camera using a CMOS sensor. It has a decent S/N but is not too sensitive. But the frame rate can be boosted to more than 50 frames/sec.



Gregor is quite busy and is rationing his time so he is away from the discussion groups right now.




Publications in Micscape

Human histology for amateur microscopists
Exploration of human brain tissue
Looking back - Campylodiscus by C M Topping
Exploration of the human spinal cord
Looking back - Prehnite by M F Heddle - a thin rock section slide
Introduction to digital photomicrography
The compound microscope - a brief introduction
Why I like darkfield illumination, the merits cf other contrast enhancement techniques.
Height measurements under the compound microscope
Phase contrast microscopy

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