What is a stereo microscope?

Answer When a person views something through a typical microscope, the object generally appears flat, as though it has no depth. A stereo microscope is a specialized microscope that shows the depth of an ... Read More »

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What Is the Function of a Stereo Microscope?

A stereo microscope is also known as a dissecting microscope. They are used primarily to inspect small objects, because they have a magnification up to twenty times greater than a typical compound ... Read More »

What is the definition of a stereo microscope?

A stereo microscope contains separate eyepiece lenses for each eye. A slightly different field of view is provided by each eyepiece, enabling a three-dimensional view of the specimen. Stereo micros... Read More »

What year was the stereo microscope invented?

A pseudo-stereoscopic microscope was invented in 1671 with similarities to the stereo microscope. However, the first stereo modern microscope was invented in 1897 when an American designer named Ho... Read More »

Who invented the stereo microscope?

The first stereo microscope was designed by American Horatio Greenough in the 1890s. The Carl Zeiss company, a German manufacturer of microscopes and other mechanical instruments, used this design ... Read More »