TomoStudio™, easy to use interface of HT series.

TomoStudio™ works conjunctively with our HT models, to visualized and analyze RI tomograms.
With TomoStudio™, an user can color code the image according to refractive index and identify various types of quantitative data.

TomoStudio™ provides

Work flow interface
User interface allows uninterrupted workflow from using the microscope to analyzing the data.

Data backup
Raw data can be stored in the computer for further analysis.

Fast image acquisition
HT-1 captures Holotomographic images every 0.4second (2.5 f/s) and 2D holographic images every 0.007second (150 f/s).

Data analysis
Data can be processed quantitatively and real-time. User can also perform various quantitative imaging analysis.

Holographic staining
Digital color coding controller
(Transfer function) is a graphical user interface to stain the sample digitally based on refractive index information.

Dynamic image processing
Data processing does not interfere with the image acquisition process. Selective data processing is possible any time.

Motorized Stage function
Mark and find : It enables to locate mutiple cells through the navigator. Rapid finding specific cells of interest is crucial experiments.

Click and shift : Just by clicking the mouse button in the navigator, a user can control the sample stage, so that a  target position can be centered in the field of view.

Output parameters

Morphological parameter

Volume (㎛³)
Surface Area (㎛²)
Projection Area (㎛²)

Chemical parameter

Dry mass (pg)
Concentration (pg/㎛³)
*RBC: Hb contents and concentration
*Red Blood Cell

Mechanical parameter

Cell stiffness
Dynamic membrane fluctuation

TomoStudio™ 2.0 optimized for the HT-2 series


Obtaining 3D RI Tomogram
Obtaining 3D fluorescence images up to 3 colors
‘Mark’ and ‘Find’ function for recoding the position of multiple cells
Control of fluorescence and tomogram with different time series
(Hetero time-lapse: e.g. 1 FL in every 10 tomogram)



Digital color coding of RI tomogram
with high flexibility


Gradient transfer function displays the additional differentiation factor
of RIs in the cell


Digital 3D overlay of FL
and HT images