Digital Imaging Software and Hardware

J. Monahan jmonahn at blue.weeg.uiowa.edu
Sat Dec 3 14:29:32 EST 1994

The free software called "Image" is available for the Mac from the anon. ftp 
site:  zippy.nimh.nih.gov
I believe it can do the analysis you need. Also, you can use a digitizing 
board with a mac, Video Spigot, for example, to capture single frames of video 
to be opened in the image analysis software. 
Joe Monahan

In note <umdoble-2411942301430001 at dyn1-085.cc.umanitoba.ca>, 
umdoble at mail.cc.umanitoba.ca (Brad Doble) writes: 
>Our lab currently has a microscope equipped with a CCD colour video camera
>and colour monitor.   We would like to store images (videocassette
>recorder?) and then analyze them using a computer (we currently have a
>computer with a 66 MHz 486 processor, 8 Megabytes RAM, 250 MB hard drive,
>and a standard svga graphics card).   What additional hardware (RAM,
>graphics cards, hard disk space, etc.) is required, and what good software
>programs are currently in use to analyze image data?  The types of
>analyses we would like to do include: i) counting labelled or stained
>cells vs. control cells ;  ii) measuring the intensity of fluorescent
>markers; iii) determing morphometric values; etc.   The purchase of
>another computer may be possible with our budget so please don't hesitate
>to describe setups with Macintoshes if you feel they are best for the task
>at hand.   Also, I would like to have an idea of the cost of the hardware
>and software required.
>Any feedback will be greatly appreciated. 
>                              Thanks in advance,
>                              Brad Doble

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