A 180 MHz Silicon
Graphics O2 Workstation with powerful graphics capabilities used
for capturing and editing live video, making movies (Quicktime, AVI, mpeg),
and 3D modeling.
A 250 MHz Silicon Graphics
Indigo Workstation used predominantly as an image analysis workstation
running the powerful Advanced Visual System (AVS) Express image analysis
A180 Mhz Pentium
Pro Desktop Computer with 128 Mb of RAM, 5 Gb of harddisk space and
a 21 inch Viewsonic
P180 monitor for easy and accurate visualization and manipulation of
A Pentium MMX 166 Mhz
Desktop Computer with 32 Mb of RAM, 2 Gb of harddisk space. This computer
has a video capture card used for viewing slides while working on the microscope.
A Toshiba 430 CDT Laptop
Computer with 16 Mb or RAM, 1.3 Gb harddisk and active matrix screen, used
for presentations and as a mobile wordprocessor.
A PowerMac 8600/200 Computer
with 64 Mb of RAM, 2 Gb harddisk and video capture card, used for manipulating
live video and for making Quicktime movies (including VR movies).
This computer also runs the popular public domain NIH-Image analysis software.
These computers support several devices for image
acquisition and manipulation
A UMAX Powerlook 2000
flatbed scanner with 8000 element CCD and 1000 dpi optical resolution.
Also has interchangeable top for scanning transparent/reflective images.
A Polaroid PRINTSCAN
35 scanner for digitalizing slides and photographic negatives at high
resolution up to 2700 dpi.
A LEICA DM RBE microscope
specifically designed for biological applications with a modular construction
tailored to individual requirements. It has motorized focus, interchangeable
condensers and tubes and is fully equipped for fluorescence microscopy.
A LEAF Microlumina camera
for high-quality colour digitalization of microscopic images from slides.
High-powered scanning is achieved through the use of a tri-linear 2700
x 3400 pixels capturing CCD chip which captures images with exceptional
quality in a single pass.
An ORBIS 16 Spectrascope camera
(version 3-09-4-0) for obtaining black and white low-light images, such
as those obtained by fluorescence microscopy. Its sensor is capable of
capturing 1500 x 1500 pixel resolution.
A CANON EX2 HI video camcorder
with 8X and 15X interchangeable zoom lenses for capturing video.
It can be mounted on the microscope for obtaining single or multiple digital
frames from microscope slides. .
A Nikon F50D 35mm camera
for taking conventional pictures. It can also be mounted on the microscope
for taking pictures of microscope slides.
An OLYMPUS C800L digital camera
for obtaining still digital images up to 1024 (width) X 768 (height) pixels.
A QMS MAGICOLOUR CX colour
laser printer for general purpose printing up to 1200 dpi.
An Epson Stylus Photo
colour printer for high quality printing on glossy paper.
100 Mb Zip
and 1 Gb Jaz
drives for portable storage of large data.
For more information, contact:
Email [email protected]
Tel: 6488 8649 Fax: 6488 1051