Chris Baumann

Paul Maddox

An interview with Dr. Paul Maddox

April 10, 2020

In today’s installment of the “working from my basement” series of videos, we do two things. First off, we have a conversation with Dr. Paul Maddox, president and founder of Mizar Imaging and Associate Professor at UNC Chapel Hill and learn how the Tilt light sheet imaging system came into being and why other, existing […]

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Mizar Imaging Cuvettes

How to mount samples for imaging with the Tilt light sheet imaging system

April 6, 2020

In today’s installment of the “Working from my basement” series of video tutorials, we are going to look at what you need to consider when mounting samples to be imaged with the Tilt light sheet imaging system. We will cover the types of imaging chambers you should use and how to properly prepare you samples […]

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Multimodal imaging with the Tilt

Multimodal Imaging made easy with the Tilt light sheet imaging system

April 1, 2020

Today we are going to explore “multimodal” imaging and see how the Tilt can be used to easily turn almost any microscope into a multimodal imaging system.

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Light Sheet Profile from the Tilt

How the Tilt works – An understanding of L.I.T.E.

March 31, 2020

Welcome. This is the first of our “Working from my Basement” series of video tutorials on the Tilt light sheet imaging system. We are going to start from the beginning and take a look at the technology behind the Tilt, which is known as L.I.T.E. or Lateral Interference Tilted Excitation. This technology was developed by […]

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Imaging During a Pandemic

March 30, 2020

During this COVID-19 global pandemic, we at Mizar Imaging are doing our part to maintain social distancing. We are all working from home and spending more time with our families. Our hearts go out to the vast multitudes of people infected and the families of those who have succumbed to this terrible disease. While we […]

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Tilt light sheet with 4 well sample holder

A New Angle on Lightsheet Microscopy

April 12, 2019

All too often we encounter a scientist who believes their sample is “too small”, or the detail they need to resolve “too fine”, for a lightsheet microscope.  Or worse yet, we never encounter them because they never even consider lightsheet microscopy as an option for their imaging because of their preconceived notions on what lightsheet […]

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