The FinchScope project provides a customizable and scaleable single-photon fluorescent imaging microscope system that takes advantage of developing open-source analysis platforms. You can read more about the project here. Link to the Github repository for the design files and to the image acquisition software written by Nathan Perkins in the lab.
The project was initially developed by Will Liberti in the Gardner Lab, for multi-month imaging of neural activity in songbirds. It has since been adapted for rodents. This effort would not have been possible without the critical advice and support at the outset of the project by Daniel Aharoni and Peyman Golshani, of the UCLA Miniscope project

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