Computing hardware/software > Image analysis

Bitplane Imaris 3D and 4D real-time imaging software

26 February, 2013

Bitplane’s Imaris imaging software allows visualisation of original and derived data objects in a real-time interactive manner so the user can quickly make visual assessments of experiments in 3D and 4D to discover relationships that are otherwise hidden.


Bitplane Imaris 3D and 4D imaging software

08 October, 2012

Bitplane’s Imaris imaging software allows visualisation of original and derived data objects in a real-time interactive manner, allowing the user to quickly make visual assessments of his or her experiments in 3D and 4D to discover relationships that are otherwise hidden.


New technology to reduce research time

12 August, 2011

The Maia X-ray detector can produce high definition images that show detail to 1000th of a millimetre, which may reduce research time by days or even weeks.


Rheology Solutions FSA100 modular surface inspection system

09 April, 2011 by

FSA100 is a modular surface inspection system for use in laboratories and production. The film quality is assessed optoelectronically through the use of high-resolution line cameras and the appropriate illumination technology. The measurement data are stored in an inspection report so that later analysis is possible at any time.


PerkinElmer Columbus Scope image data management and analysis software

03 February, 2011 by

The Columbus Scope platform is a cellular imaging software solution specifically designed for microscopy laboratories.


Olympus cellSens imaging software platform

25 November, 2010 by

The Olympus cellSens platform creates a personal and intuitive imaging experience based on the user’s preferred workflow. Users have full control over the display and placement of icons, toolbars and controls to simplify their desktop and enhance productivity.


Leica HCS A package for high-content screening

24 November, 2010 by

Leica Microsystems has extended its automated high-content screening solution to cover applications on wide-field fluorescence systems. The HCS A package enables fast and efficient multi-position experiments - from automated image recording routines to complex multi-dimensional high-content screening experiments with simultaneous image export for immediate analysis by external analysis software.


Virtual reality and protein structure

06 September, 2010

The use of virtual reality has transformed the understanding of protein structure and function at the University of Arkansas.


Analysing high-resolution microscopy images

02 December, 2009 by Roy Wollman, PhD, Postdoctoral Fellow, Meyer lab, Department of Chemical and Systems Biology, Stanford Medical School, Stanford University

Automated microscopy enables the acquisition of high-resolution images at rates of one image per second and total numbers in the millions. These high rates pose a new challenge in cell biology: how to analyse the vast amounts of resulting data in a reasonable time frame?


DKSH distribution agreement with DNR Imaging

23 November, 2009 by

DKSH has announced a distribution agreement with DNR Imaging, producer of UV imaging and camera systems for interpretation of diagnostic electrophoresis gels used in research and clinical diagnosis, complementing the electrophoresis instrumentation and consumables.


NICE solution to pneumonia vaccine testing problems

22 October, 2009

An automated imaging and colony counting software system created at the National Institute of Standards and Technology is improving the efficiency of a pneumonia vaccine testing method.


Image analysis software

09 October, 2009

Image-Pro Plus version 7.0 is the ultimate image analysis software package for fluorescence imaging, quality assurance, materials imaging and various other scientific, medical and industrial applications.


3D and 4D interactive image visualisation software

01 October, 2009 by

Imaris is Biplane’s core imaging software module for image analysis, visualisation, segmentation and interpretation of 3D and 4D microscopy data sets. Combining speed, precision and ease-of-use, Imaris provides a complete image analysis system with features for image processing when working with three- and four-dimensional, multi-channel images of any size, from a few megabytes to multiple gigabytes in size.


Counting and measuring seeds and grains

17 September, 2009 by

SeedCount Australasia and Weiss Enterprises have licensed their SeedCount and CornCount Image Analysis systems to Stadvis. The license transfers the worldwide rights for manufacturing, sales and marketing for SeedCount and CornCount to Stadvis Pty Ltd, a manufacturer of NIR analysers for the grains and food industries.


3D and 4D image analysis and image processing software

10 August, 2009

Bitplane is pleased to announce the release of Imaris 6.3, a revised and enhanced version of the existing imaging software.


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