allows you to perform different powerful image processing routines
on your images. You can capture your images with a digital camera,
analog camera, or our PAXcam – it doesn’t matter where the images come from, as
long as you have the images stored in your PAX-it cabinets and
you can perform these functions.
to grab a very high resolution image, but you can’t
get everything you need in your field of view? With PAX-it,
that is not a problem. The image stitching routine will
allow you to grab adjacent images and have PAX-it automatically
stitch them together into a low-power, high resolution
little user interaction is required, no need to manually
position images in a tedious process, PAX-it will analyze
the images and determine where they need to go.
most other “stitching” applications, PAX-it can
even handle images that are rotated with respect to each
other. Perfect if you are moving a sample by hand!
fusion is the perfect tool for those samples that are too thick
to get entirely focused. PAX-it will allow you to grab several
images, focusing on different planes through the sample. Then,
you can combine these images into one evenly focused image.
feature is great for reporting. Why show a peer, a customer
or your boss an unevenly focused image, when you can print,
present, or email an image that is sharp?
dust in your optical path that should not be included in your
analysis? Have uneven illumination on your samples? These types
of issues can be overcome by subtracting the background from your
multiple images into one. For example red, green, and blue fluorescence
images taken separately can be merged into one view to see the
relationship between structures. Users can adjust the level of
‘transparency’ of the different channels.