Photometrics' new 64-bit driver allows users to acquire RAM intensive image data and conduct high speed analysis.
Tucson, AZ (PRWEB) March 10, 2010
Photometrics, a designer and manufacturer of high-performance CCD and EMCCD cameras for the life sciences, has announced the release of the 64-bit version of its exclusive PVCAM universal programming interface. This new driver adds support for Microsoft’s 64-bit Operating Systems such as Windows 7 and Microsoft Vista 64.
PVCAM, which stands for Programmable Virtual Camera Access Method, is a set of software library routines that implements a camera’s operations in a hardware-independent, platform-independent (“virtual”) suite of function calls. Once an application has been written to control one PVCAM-enabled camera, every PVCAM-enabled camera is then compatible with the application. The transparent PVCAM interface supports a wide variety of popular third-party imaging packages.
The new 64-bit driver allows access to memory higher than the 32-bit limit of 4GB, which empowers users to acquire RAM intensive image data and streamlines workflow by enabling high speed analysis.
Founded in 1978, Photometrics is the world’s premier designer and manufacturer of high-performance CCD and EMCCD cameras for the life sciences. The original architect of the world’s 1st scientific grade microscopy EMCCD camera, researchers across the globe rely on Photometrics’ state-of-the-art imaging instrumentation, including its new Evolve “Intelligent” camera, and popular CoolSNAP™, Cascade®, and QuantEM® cameras to meet their most demanding application requirements. Photometrics also offers comprehensive OEM support, including fully characterized, cost efficient imaging systems and components that offer the best solutions for customers’ unique requirements. Photometrics is a registered ISO 9001:2008 company.