Nikon Instruments commissioned a 4-part series of animations to introduce its new inverted research microscope, the Eclipse T12. The first part of the series provides an overview of the entire microscope system, and is a testament to the engineering built into the device. The viewer travels with the light as it is generated in the microscope, directed along the optical path via mirrors to the tissue sample, and the reflected light is directed back to sensors and or a camera, depending on the application.
As the viewer follows the journey of the light beams, other internal pieces of the microscope are viewed through a semi-transparent effect. The animation ends and fades exactly into a still image of the actual microscope, in all its glory. Learn more about these animations in our blog, NIKON – SEE MORE THAN BEFORE.