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Media Cybernetics Inc. has released the 3D Surface Inspector, an inspection module for Image-Pro Plus software. The module uses a Z-stack of images, which enables users to visualize and measure biological images in 3-D. The images can be rotated, and the surfaces can be viewed from any angle and enhanced with texture mapping, wire frame or pseudo coloring. Lighting, contrast and shadows also can be controlled. The module offers a number of measurement tools, including the ability to measure the differences in Z height between X-Y positions as well as maximum and minimum Z values, and for analyzing surface area and volume.


BioPhotonics
Oct 2006
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