All RCM units are built by the Dutch company Hittech. Hittech is involved in the optical and mechanical redesign (and the calibration routine) of the RCM prototype into the mass production model.
Filters and dichroic mirrors used in the RCM light path are produced by Chroma Technology Corp (USA).
The flexible laser light solution used for RCM is a cooperation with Omicron-Laserage Laserprodukte (Germany).
Integration of RCM control to Nikon NIS-Elements imaging software was done by Laboratory Imaging (Czech).
Hamamatsu (Japan) was supporting the development of the RCM from the start providing Orca Flash cameras.
Wilcowells supports Confocal.nl with glass-bottom dishes for tissue imaging.
Scientific Volume Imaging has built dedicated deconvolution module for straight forward post-processing of RCM images.
RCM was born in the Swammerdam Institute for Life Sciences at the University of Amsterdam.
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