Carl Zeiss, Thornwood, NY, has released a system for Axio Scope and Axio Imager light microscopes that enables up to 21 individuals to view the same microscope image field at the same time. The image generated under the microscope is seen by all observers with an identical image orientation in a 23-mm field of view, which provides users with an overview of the large specimen section. Each configuration can be implemented with standard stages, and each observer’s workstation can be configured in either a straight line or in as many right angles as needed. Each tube is supported by its own column in its center of gravity.
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