Same resolution across a big sample

Same resolution across a big sample

In the case of big cleared samples the quality of the image of the part of the sample close to the camera is much better than the quality of the image of the part of the sample far away from the detection camera. This is normal since light has to travel across the whole sample to reach the camera and this causes loss in resolution. With the QLS-scope it is possible to perform two consecutive measurements. One at 0 o and a second at 180o. At the end of the measurement, the data is combined to present a 3D image with the same resolution in both sides of the sample, like the example we present below: