Introducing the world's smallest neural circuit imaging system designed to obtain Ca2+ imaging data from hundreds of neurons in awake, behaving animals in almost any brain region you can imagine. Proven through high impact journal publications and used in top labs around the world, nVista’s core miniature microscope technology lets you uncover new neural circuit insights in the active brain.
A complete solution for the neural circuit researcher, the nVista System comprises our 2 gram head-mounted miniaturized microscope; data acquisition hardware to sync and trigger with external devices; the nVista Data Acquisition Software to record your experimental data; and our data analysis platform Mosaic, whose intuitive apps streamline the processing of your raw imaging data. The nVista System is backed by a world-class Support team, offering unparalleled technical and scientific guidance and training to help you overcome barriers to success in the lab.
Whether you’re an experienced electrophysiologist or a savvy brain imaging expert, nVista will complement your research program. nVista enables:
|Dimensions||11 mm x 14 mm x 20 mm|
|Excitation||475/10 nm (blue)|
|Collection||535/50 nm (green)|
|Cable Length||2.5 m|
|Maximum Field of View||1440 pixels x 1080 pixels; 900 μm x 650 μm|
|Temporal Resolution||30 fps at full field of view with USB 3.0|
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