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September 7, 2007

Software created from our SDK

Filed under: updates, image processing/image analysis software — Peter @ 7:04 pm

I’ve talked to quite a few people about Pixcavator SDK but this is the first tangible result. Ash Pahwa of the University of California - Santa Barbara has created a prototype software called CellCounter (not the final name probably). The program mostly follows Pixcavator for now but the idea is to develop it in such a way that it would work for some microscopy tasks especially cell counting. Dr. Pahwa works with biologists on various approaches to this problem. To be accepted in this community the methods we use will have to be better explained and verified. CellCounter works on Vista – for XP you’ll need to install .NET 3.0 Framework from the Microsoft web site (takes 5 minutes). It looks beautiful and all it took was just a few days!   

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