The digital microscope has come a long way since its original invention, but it still has some serious challenges ahead of it.
This week, a panel of venture capitalists unveiled a new digital microscope that could be a game-changer in the field.
The Digital Magnifying Glass (DMG) is the brainchild of digital vision, a team at the University of Manchester, and is being developed by DigitalVision Labs.
Its main goal is to allow scientists to zoom in and focus on a small area of the image.
The team says that the DMG can be used for many different tasks.
It’s designed to be used as a digital microscope for scanning biomolecules and tissues for imaging, as well as for imaging complex tissues.
“There are applications where you can zoom in, focus on the sample, and you can see the structures that are important in that sample,” says Alex Vass, co-founder and chief technology officer at DigitalVision.
“But, that’s not always what you want to see.
The microscope is a good example of that.”
If you’re doing a microscope, you want the view to be clear.
If you’re using a microscope and you want your data to be visible, the microscope is your best choice.
“The DMG is a fairly straightforward device.
The company’s prototype is a small, 1-centimeter diameter plastic lens that’s made of a carbon fiber and a copper oxide.
It has a 2,200-nm lens diameter, which means it can focus on an area of an image at a magnification of 2,000 times.
This means that scientists can zoom into the sample and see it from anywhere on the microscope.
DigitalVision Labs says the DMGs optics are also flexible, and can be rotated 180 degrees and zoom in to a smaller area, and zoom out to a larger area.
The DMG also has a large number of sensors, which is important for imaging in the lab.
The company has been working on the DMGF for some time.
In 2013, the team started working on a 3D-printed version of the DMg, which was designed to make it easier for researchers to use in their microscopy work.
That project was later scrapped.
The DMGF has also been tested in the context of biomolecular scanning.
The team’s 3D printing is also a big step forward in the development of the technology, as the company says it has built a manufacturing process that allows them to manufacture the DMgs in China.
The final design is based on the CMG, a device used for high-speed microscopy, but the company claims that it’s more efficient, and more accurate.
This makes it a perfect fit for researchers, who can use the DM gens for high speed imaging and scanning.
Digital Vision Labs says that there are a variety of other applications for the DMGS, including:To view more videos about the digital microscope, watch our video:Digital Vision’s vision board could be the future for digital imaging.
But the team is also looking into applications for its 3D scanner, which could be used to image microorganisms in the laboratory.
The digital scanner would then be used by researchers to visualize the biological properties of those microorganisms.