Imaging technology, include the capturing, processing, and displaying of very large images, is foundational to medicine and science applications. This free webcast presented by Bruno Lay, Vice President,Amerinex Applied Imaging Inc., will help to explain the impact of imaging hardware and software in medical and scientific imaging.
In the field ofmicroscopy, for example, images of size up to 40,000 pixels square can be captured, and analyzed using a PC. This webcast will discuss the capture of such images and the creation of virtual slides/samples using image capture and stitching. It will also cover image visualization and storage, image databases, and the use of stereo techniques to compute statistical measurements of the images and the validation of image processing algorithms. In addition, the speaker will touch on the implementation and deployment of such applications using examples in pathology and dermatology, and for quality control in the field of electronics.
Advancing imaging in science and medicine
June 16, 2014
11:00 AM EST (Approximately one hour)
Bruno Lay, Vice President, Amerinex Applied Imaging, Inc.
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