A new microscope from an old company can help you see the elephant, a British company said Monday.
In its latest patent application, Olympus says the GOLGI beam microscope will “provide the user with a comprehensive view of the anatomy of the elephant’s trunk and limbs.”
It is a little bigger and has a more powerful beam than Olympus’ other microscope, the GEOGAL, which can also see the eye.
It costs about $5,000.
The GOLgi beam microscope, which was developed by Olympus, will be available to the public this fall.
It has already been tested on the elephant and its owner, Dolly Parton.
Olympus says it is compatible with existing GEOgals and other microscopes.
It’s a big leap forward for the GIO-based Olympus Beam.
It first appeared in 2011.
It is the world’s biggest microscope and is available in a wide range of configurations.
Its price has been slashed in recent years and the company says it has surpassed the cost of existing equipment.
The company says the new GOLGIS will make it a more affordable alternative.