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Fiber Separation/Measurement App

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Media Cybernetics has launched a fiber-separation/measurement app for its Image-Pro Premier image analysis software that automatically measures and classifies overlapping fibers in seconds.

Because most image analysis programs cannot separate fibers, researchers have relied on manual processes to quantify fiber lengths, a time-consuming and potentially inaccurate or inconsistent approach.

The app makes it possible to acquire images of the fibers with a digital camera, then automatically measure and classify the fiber lengths and analyze them using colored overlays and an interactive data histogram. All measurement data can be exported to Excel for further analysis.

The app is free for Image-Pro Premier users and can easily be downloaded and installed from Media Cybernetics’ Solutions Zone app resource site.


Published: July 2013
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