PAXcam cameras are used in many life science applications where image detail and nuances of color are critical. Applications range from brightfield microscopy of stained histological slides, phase contrast microscopy for in vitro fertilization, fluorescence microscopy for cell biology studies, stereozoom microscopy for necropsy in pharmaceutical labs, and much more.
PAX-it software and its optional modules provide the imaging tools for easily cataloguing captured images and sharing them with colleagues. Stitching of adjacent fields of view for larger overviews, fusion of focal planes, blending of color channels, high dynamic range imaging, and many more image processing functions are part of the basic set of PAX-it software features. Reporting and sharing tools are easy to use; one click in PAX-it can send selected images to an Outlook email, Powerpoint presentation, or report in Excel or Word.
Optional tools are also available in additional software modules, to expand your capabilities even further. Measurements on images are easily accomplished, shown on the image and in a summary table, and exported directly to reports. Image analysis tools for life science applications include morphometric analysis, area fractions for color thresholding, optical profiles for otolith or “tree ring” analysis, and much more.
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- PAXcam cameras, for example for brightfield microscopy of stained histological slides, phase contrast microscopy for in vitro fertilization, fluorescence microscopy for cell biology studies, stereozoom microscopy for necropsy in pharmaceutical labs, and much more.
- Microscopes and macrostand hardware for your PAXcam camera: A variety of workstations may be integrated for imaging.
- Add-on software modules for basic measurements on images, or image analysis functions: measure features, or automatically detect objects or areas in your images.
- Motorized controls for automation of image collection and analysis