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    ISee Imaging Software for SGI



ISee SGI Imaging Software is a full featured 2D/3D analytical imaging software package specifically for SGI Workstations. First introduced in 1989, ISee SGI Imaging Software has evolved into one of the most powerful and versatile analytical imaging software packages on the market today. Designed around two, highly versatile, yet easy to use graphical interfaces, ISee SGI Analytical Imaging Software provides the user with over 110 image acquisition, hardware control, processing, analysis, and presentation functions. One of the hallmarks of ISee SGI Analytical Imaging Software is its ability to store video images in real time directly to the SGI O2's standard internal hard drive.

In addition, a wide array of specialized functions that include ratio imaging, cell and particle tracking, probe co-localization, cross-talk removal and laser ablation are also provided to make ISee CM Analytical Imaging Software the most versatile, imaging package on the market today. The ESee 3D Deconvolution is also available as an add-on module.


The power and speed of the affordable SGI O2 Workstations allows the user to acquire and store video images, directly to the hard drive, in real time for high speed cell and particle tracking. The Unified Memory Architecture, combined with the R5200 processor, allow the user to 3D deconvolve a 512 x 512 x 64 stack of images at a rate of 1 minute per iteration.

Fully integrated, ISee Analytical Imaging Systems are available for a wide array of imaging applications that include B&W /Color image documentation, ratio imaging, optical sectioning/3D Deconvolution, 4D imaging, video-based cell / particle tracking, and multi-wavelength fluorescent imaging.


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Last modified: 11/15/06