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MetaMorph® NX Software Module From Molecular Devices Sheds New Light on Multidimensional Datasets From the Inside Out
Date:10/6/2011

SUNNYVALE, Calif., Oct. 6, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Molecular Devices, LLC, the prominent source of powerful software for the bioresearch imaging industry, today announced the release of its state-of-the-art module for transforming images into an interactive three-dimensional display within the MetaMorph® NX Software.

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The new module, now available for purchase, will be showcased at the 51st annual meeting of the American Society for Cell Biology in Denver, Colorado, December 3-7, 2011. Please visit www.moleculardevices.com for details.

The MetaMorph NX Software 4D Viewer offers an extraordinary perspective of images, allowing researchers to thoroughly examine datasets in not just three dimensions, but in the fourth dimension that shows how the dataset changes over time. By combining volumetric and isosurface displays of channels with configurable levels of transparency, intensity thresholds, and color, the 4D Viewer presents the most holistic visualization possible of a multidimensional dataset.

"This newest addition to the lineup of capabilities offered with MetaMorph NX Software is an essential tool for researchers who need to visualize the entirety of their data in one integrated display," said Mark Verheyden, President of Molecular Devices.  "With one button click, researchers can now explore their datasets from the inside out, delving into objects and peering between layers, all while never leaving the MetaMorph NX Software workspace. The 4D Viewer will undoubtedly become an indispensible component of the bioresearcher's image analysis tool set."

Gain new insight without additional work

The 4D Viewer is seamlessly and fully integrated into the MetaMorph NX Software user interface – there is no need to open a
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