HIROX IN MUSEUMS

Complete Portable 3D Digital Microscopy & Measurement Solutions for Arts & Conservation

Girl with Pearl Earring 2022 Panorama Scan Hirox

Girl with a Pearl Earring at the Maurithuis
→ fully scanned at 90x with the HRX-01 3D digital microscope, NPS Nano Point Scanner, HR-1020E motorized telecentric lens and ST-T500 motorized T-stand

HIROX 3D Scan - Vermeer's View of Delft

Fully automated horizontal 3D Scan of the View of Delft from Vermeer at the Maurithsuis.
 
Click on the picture to open in a new window the zoomable panorama of Vermeer’s masterpiece.

HIROX 3D Scan - Cranach's Virgin

Fully automated horizontal 3D Scan of the Virgin and Child with Dancing Angels from Lucas Cranach the Elder at the Royal Castle Wawel in Poland.

Click on the picture to open in a new window the zoomable panorama of Cranach’s masterpiece.

Scan done in collaboration with the Jerzy Haber Institute of Catalysis and Surface Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences and the kind support of Prof. Łukasz Bratasz, Head of the Cultural Heritage Research Group

System information:
HRX-01 Hirox 3D Digital Microscope
ST-T500P T-Stand with horizontal motorized 500-mm axes
HR-1020E motorized telecentric zoom lens
HRS-3TL tiling software
HRS-3D software

HIROX 3D Scan - Cranach's Virgin

Fully automated horizontal 3D Scan of the Virgin and Child with Dancing Angels from Lucas Cranach the Elder at the Royal Castle Wawel in Poland.

Scan done in collaboration with the Jerzy Haber Institute of Catalysis and Surface Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences and the kind support of Prof. Łukasz Bratasz, Head of the Cultural Heritage Research Group

 
Click on the picture to open in a new window the zoomable panorama of Cranach’s masterpiece.
 
System information:
HRX-01 Hirox 3D Digital Microscope
ST-T500P T-Stand with horizontal motorized 500-mm axes
HR-1020E motorized telecentric zoom lens
HRS-3TL tiling software
HRS-3D software

ABOUT HIROX

Inventor of Video Microscopy in 1985, Hirox Microscope Systems are
used by many museums worldwide for non-destructive inspection and measurement of any objects.
It can be used for research or for conservation and offers a unique versatility in its form, in the zoom range as well as in the illumination techniques.
Hirox 3D Digital Systems have been used to inspect prestigious masterworks, including Van Gogh, Vermeer, Munch, Rembrandt, Picasso and many more in museum such as the Louvre, the Rijksmuseum or the Tate for example.

HIGH-RESOLUTION MEASUREMENTS

The Hirox HRX-01 – 3D Digital Microscope – is a portable high resolution inspection device with 3D measurement capabilities, allowing magnification from 0,1x up to 10.000x. 

This equipment enables 2D and 3D measurement including height and depth of material, pigments, cracks, loss of material. 

The HRX-01 is also equipped with the new NPS (Nano Point Scanner), which is a non-contact confocal profilometer, allowing very accurate measurements including 3D surface and depth of transparent objects (suitable for varnish thickness measurements).

We recently developed a high resolution microscope scanner: the custom made stand with motorized XYZ axis captured the largest microscopic panorama ever (over 10 billion pixels) from the Girl with a Pearl Earring from Johannes Vermeer, at the Mauritshuis (during the “girl in the spotlight” project with Abbie Vandivere).

Hirox is also part of the Technical Research Team of the TEFAF in Maastricht.

HIGH-RESOLUTION MEASUREMENTS

The Hirox HRX-01 – 3D Digital Microscope – is a portable high resolution inspection device with 3D measurement capabilities, allowing magnification from 0,1x up to 10.000x. 

This equipment enables 2D and 3D measurement including height and depth of material, pigments, cracks, loss of material. 

The HRX-01 is also equipped with the new NPS (Nano Point Scanner), which is a non-contact confocal profilometer, allowing very accurate measurements including 3D surface and depth of transparent objects (suitable for varnish thickness measurements).

We recently developed a high resolution microscope scanner: the custom made stand with motorized XYZ axis captured the largest microscopic panorama ever (over 10 billion pixels) from the Girl with a Pearl Earring from Johannes Vermeer, at the Mauritshuis (during the “girl in the spotlight” project with Abbie Vandivere).

Hirox is also part of the Technical Research Team of the TEFAF in Maastricht.

Designed to accomodate objects of any size in any location

Hirox offer a wide range of stands & stages for all your inspection needs:
Bridge Stand, Horizontal T-Stand, Flexible Arm Stand and more…

AUTO XYZ PANORAMA

Ultra-High Resolution

2D & 3D Stitching

Extended Depth-of-Field

Ultra-fast Processing

100 Gigapixels & more

APPLICATIONS

Painting

Sculpture

Metals

Textile

Wood & Furniture

Paper & Photography

Glass & Ceramics

Natural History

Archaeology

APPLICATIONS

Painting

Sculpture

Metals

Textile

Wood & Furniture

Paper & Photography

Glass & Ceramics

Natural History

Archaeology

Multiple IlluminationS

Dark-Field

Bright-Field

Polarization

Raking Light

UV Fluorescency

Transmitted Lighting

Slide horizontally to view the Girl with a Pearl Earring under visible or UV light

ACCURATE MEASUREMENTS

Length

Width

Area

3D

Height

Volume

Roughness

ACCURATE MEASUREMENTS

Length

Width

Area

3D

Height

Volume

Roughness

HIROX
ROTARY-HEAD

Hirox patented Adapter

360° Rotational Motorized Inspection

No need to move the sample!

Explore & understand the most complex shapes

Enamelled gold setting of an onyx cameo, with the portrait of Caligula, 16th century. Kunstkammer, Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna.

FULL MAGNIFICATION FROM MACRO TO MICRO

Long Working Distance: up to 13 cm at 48x

Highest Magnification:
up to 10,000x

Finest Resolution:
see details up to 400 nm

FULL MAGNIFICATION FROM MACRO TO MICRO

Long Working Distance: up to 13 cm at 48x

Highest Magnification:
up to 10,000x

Finest Resolution:
see details up to 400 nm

GIRL WITH A PEARL EARRING

Ultra-high resolution imaging of Vermeer’s complete painting thanks to Hirox’s motorized axis (up to 1m x 1m) and the full automatic XYZ multifocus.


Our team has achieved a 10-billion pixel panorama stitching scan in only one night with the support of Abbie Vandivere and the Maurithsuis Museum.


 The scan was also a way to make a 3D analysis of several highlights including the pearl and the eye with multiple zoom inspection.

WHO IS USING HIROX?

Hirox Europe is proud and thankful to have been chosen by some of the most prestigious teams in the world!

Victoria & Albert Museum

Tate

National Museums Liverpool

National Gallery London

National Museum Norway

Rijksmuseum

Van Gogh Museum

Mauritshuis

KIK-IRPA

Ghent University

Musée du Louvre

Musée du quai Branly

Bibliothèque nationale de France

Musée de l’Homme Paris

Musées d’Art et d’Histoire Genève

Kunst Historisches Museum

Museum für Asiatische Kunst

SKD Dresden

Kunstsammlung NRW

Bayerische Staatsbibliothek

CZ National Library 

The State Hermitage Museum

ASP University

University of Wroclaw

Muzeum Śląskie

Latest News

Hirox at Eurolab - Warsaw

Meet Hirox at Eurolab in Warsaw
17 – 19 March 2020 I Booth 2a

Hirox at Analytica - Munich

Meet Hirox at Analytica in Munich
31 March – 3 April 2020  I Booth A2.549

Do you want to know more?

Fully Motorized 3D Digital Microscopy
Non-destructive high-resolution inspection & measurement for art
Discover and capture uncharted details in true colors and in 3D!

We would be happy to discuss your application
and design a custom-made solution for your needs.
Contact today our team of experts, led by Emilien Leonhardt