Videos

The videos below showcase some example benefits of using CARE networks for data restoration in fluorescence microscopy.

Supplementary Video 1, enabling live-cell imaging of the flatworm S. mediterranea.

Supplementary Video 2, denoising results on an entire multi-tiled S. mediterranea samples.

Supplementary Video 3, denoising results on a developing T. castaneum (red flour beetle) embryo.

Supplementary Video 4, results on the composite task of joint surface projection and denoising (on a developing D. melanogaster wing).

Supplementary Video 5, using CARE to computationally increase axial resolution of imaged fruit fly embryos to de-facto isometric resolution.

Supplementary Video 6, using CARE to computationally increase axial resolution of an imaged zebrafish retina to de-facto isometric resolution.

Supplementary Video 7, reconstruction of diffraction-limited structures at very high frame-rate in rat insulin secretory granules.

Supplementary Video 8, reconstruction of diffraction-limited microtubules at very high frame-rate in HeLa cells.

Supplementary Video 9, an intuitive way to assess the prediction uncertainty CARE networks predict in addition to predicting the restored images.