Welcome to Solutions

Here you’ll find solutions to imaging and quantitation issues in the world of microscopes, micro-array devices, macro-scopes, lasers, illumination sources, fluorescent and brightfield imaging. We provide the following:

  • Computer identification of objects and materials in images (machine vision)
  • Cost-effective microscope/image array systems and components (optics engineer)
  • Images from novel sample mounts that do not conform to standard scopes (PDMS)
  • Color calibration standards (quality control, quality assurance)
  • Methods for quantization in post processing (image analyst. software design)
  • Instruction in digital imaging and microscopy (Microscopy Instruction)
  • Measurement of clinical samples (Clinical Investigation)
  • Instruction in Image Ethics (Image Integrity)

Image of top 10 innovations award


Consulting for unusual mounting methods (e.g. PDMS on microscope slide) and for novel imaging solutions: As in the optics and illumination system for the number one innovation of the year (Isoplexis, Branford, CT).

Particle counting illustration.

Particle counting, areas, lengths, widths, etc. for emboli and other biological and non-biological particles: Work with cardiology companies led to FDA approvals.

Covers and book by Jerry Sedgewick

Jerry Sedgewick provides instruction in digital imaging, image ethics and microscope usage: taught at Woods Hole and gave talks at national meetings for biologists in research (two publications shown: co-author Science article and cover art).


Areas of Expertise:

  • Fluorescent filtering and illumination; fluorescence
  • Phosphorescent illumination; phosphors
  • Ultra-Violet (UV, UVA, UVB, UVC), Visible, and Near Infrared (NIR, IR) wavelengths
  • Optics (aspherics, doublets, laser, condensers, etc.) and optical path development
  • Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging Microscopy and gated cameras (FLIM)
  • Second Harmonic Imaging and 2-photon excitation
  • Total Internal Interference Fluorescence (TIRF) and quartz glass
  • Auto-Fluorescence and subtraction methods
  • Widefield, confocal, multi-photon and spinning disk microscopy
  • Simple and inexpensive imaging systems with less moving parts
  • Single cube, multiple wavelength, low light, single camera systems
  • Diode and diode laser excitation
  • Ophthalmic retinal imaging
  • Stereology and computer-aided quantitation methods
  • Polarization, darkfield and differential interference techniques.

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