Carl Zeiss and Visage Imaging to Integrate TRIDELITY's Autostereoscopic 3D Displays to Showcase Imaging and Visualization Software at Neuroscience 2008
Jersey City, NJ (PRWEB) November 14, 2008 -- Norbert Haas, CEO TRIDELITY USA, announced today that the company's Autostereoscopic 3D Displays will be showcased at the Neuroscience 2008 conference in Washington DC, November 15 -19th. Carl Zeiss, the world's leading interactive microscopic and imaging company, as well as Visage Imaging, the makers of the groundbreaking Amira imaging software, have integrated TRIDELITY's interactive, multi-viewer 3D displays with their new microscope imaging and clinical imaging products respectively.
Carl Zeiss has integrated TRIDELITY's interactive 30" split screen display (3D/2D touch screen) with its microscopes that utilize its groundbreaking AxioVision and Zen 2008 LE microscope software solutions. AxioVision software has enhanced the use of microscopes and imaging systems for researchers by providing a new and innovative digital imaging software package. AxioVision allows the user to control all of the microscope parts through a 2D touch screen. The software allows additional data about the experiment to be saved with the image including; the exact time the images were captured, link comments or measurements about the image, and allows users to visualize an image in several dimensions. The software also allows researchers to customize their specific needs with different modules, specific applications, microscope parts and components or imaging requirements that cater to the exact needs of their experiment. The Zen 2008 LE is the new leading software for laser scanning microscopes, which allows researchers to get first impressions of selected features from their microscopic software
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