Download and testdrive MES and MESc software!

These offline versions are free and work without time limit.

MES software controls the Femto3D AcoustoOptic, FemtoSmart Galvo and Dual (similarly Femto2D Galvo and Dual) microscopes and it has numerous measurement control and analysis functions, such as ROI selection, quantitative intensity-based calculations, batch processing, etc. MES was written in the MATLAB environment enabling rapid code development and opens the data to the users.

What is new in MES 6.2 release

  • Tiltable objective control

  • AO Photostimulation support with different patterns

  • Improved 3D navigation in AO/piezo features with visualisation

  • Improved analysis features

  • More stable camera handling

Minimum system requirements

  • 64-bit Windows 7 or 10

  • MATLAB r2007b-r2018a

MESc drives our FemtoSmart Resonant (and Femto2D Resonant) microscope. It was designed in C++ programming language with day-to-day lab experience in the field of cellular and network imaging. The control possibilities support real-time measurement data display with live analysis functions and unlimited measurement time.

What is new in MESc 3.5 release

  • Resonant Z-stack acquisition with the objective Z positioner

  • Online and offline dF/F calculation on the ROI average intensity curves

  • Analog and digital input and output, optionally synchronized to imaging

  • Time series, volume scan, and Z stack measurements with galvo X scanners

  • Rotation of the selected ROIs around an arbitrary point

  • Tiltable objective control

Minimum system requirements

  • CPU: Any 64-bit capable Intel® or AMD® CPU

  • RAM: At least 4 GiB

  • Disk space: At least 100 GiB free disk space is needed on the temporary drive for safe operation.

  • Display: At least HD resolution (1280×720 pixels)

  • Operating system: Microsoft® Windows® 7 64-bit with Service Pack 1 or Microsoft® Windows® 10 64-bit


for behavioral studies
Femtonics Gramophone is a single-dimension locomotion tracking device for mice. For information on how to use the device, please go to the GramophoneTools site.