Rockville, MD (PRWEB) December 05, 2013
New life science features include colocalization of multiple fluorescent images or channels; learning classification of tissues or cells using multiple parameters for Pathologists; automated wound healing analysis; and advanced ring analysis for otoliths, scales and trees.
New industrial inspection and material analysis features include layer thickness measurements; wire bonding corrosion analysis; bubble, foam and void analysis using circle finding; and a custom report generator and editor.
Platform improvements include the support of Microsoft® Windows 8, AutoRecover of unsaved and modified documents in the event of a system failure, and the reading of new file formats such as the Hamamatsu® Nanozoomer Virtual Slides, Leica® SCN Slidescanner files, and Carl Zeiss® CZI files.
“Research professionals of all disciplines are going to love the advances in this latest version of Image-Pro Premier,” said Nick Beavers, Media Cybernetics’ Global Sales and Marketing Manager. “The platform was already innovative and powerful, but now we add user inspired time-saving Apps, workflow customization features, and robust reporting tools to showcase your results.”
Image-Pro Premier 9.1 is now available as a 14-day trial version for download and evaluation. Learn more at:
About Image-Pro Premier Software
Based on over 30 years of input from Image-Pro Plus software users, Image-Pro Premier offers intuitive tools that make it easy to capture, process, measure, analyze and share your images and valuable data. The new Image-Pro Premier offers 64-bit support, a user-friendly interface, intuitive macros and app building tools, and improved automatic segmentation and classification tools.
About Media Cybernetics
Founded in 1981, Media Cybernetics develops image informatics solutions to automate research, development, and quality control processes in life science and industry. The company’s products simplify and enhance image-based data collection and analysis to increase the accuracy and productivity of its customers. For more information about Media Cybernetics, visit http://www.mediacy.com.