Imaris 9.1 and Imaris Stitcher revolutionises in the visualisation of complex microscopy datasets
Bitplane’s Imaris 9.1 offers the ability to simultaneously visualise multiple 2D, 3D or 4D images with differing spatial or temporal dimensions and resolutions. Imaris’ object-based analysis tools are available for all images and this functionality, along with alignment tools to rotate and translate the images relative to one another, provide a solution for researchers performing correlative microscopy across multiple imaging modalities. When paired with Imaris’ strong foundation in large image visualisation, these new tools also offer an answer to labs aligning physical sections of large tissues or organs.
With the superb and big-data-capable Imaris Stitcher, fast and precise stitching of multiple tiles in XYZ is now possible through an easy to use interface. Imaris Stitcher automatically reads image stage coordinates, correcting for rotation of the camera relative to the microscope stage. Subsequent alignment of neighbouring tiles is based on best signal overlap in a selected channel.
In the latest release, you will discover improvements to the positioning and rotation of the Reference Frame object for flexible measurements relative to a specific location within an image. New file readers for DICOM, Leica XLEF and LOF formats, and an updated reader for the Olympus VSI format are available within the Imaris 9.1 release as well. In addition, Imaris File Converter offers an ease-of-use and time saving improvement for users who require individual Imaris (IMS) files from a series of images. More information on Imaris