Radially Moving Objective

Move the microscope objective lens, not your specimens

What do you do if you are using a microscope to study a specimen that’s sensitive to motion? Perhaps you need to perform an electrophysiology experiment with precisely placed electrodes, or you are working with a cell culture. In these cases, moving the specimen could yield inaccurate or incomplete data, or even damage your specimen. Existing solutions to this problem usually involve moving an entire 20kg microscope to keep the specimen stationary.

Now it's easy to study your specimens without moving them. Easily examine your specimens during electrophysiology experiments, and accurately image live cell migration and growth with the RMO.

+ Watch a 40 second video to see how the RMO works