PerkinElmer, Inc., a leader focused on health and safety, announced a free demonstration version of its universal 3D image analysis Volocity software. This new shareware is designed to give research institutions working with confocal microscopes a deeper understanding of cellular biology. Analyzing images in 3D delivers more accurate measurements and the quantitative data to advance scientific breakthroughs in cellular sciences, including cancer and stem cell research and neurological and infectious diseases.
Volocity Demo is a fully functional analysis version of the software that allows researchers to take their own microscope image data, and explore and evaluate Volocity’s analysis capabilities on their own time without time limitations. It is supported by an online “getting started” guide, and a library of video and text tutorials explaining how to use the key features of the software. This free downloadable version allows scientists to measure and analyze the crucial relationships between tissues, cells or their organelles, generate quantitative data and create 3D images and movies which they can then go on to publish with a full Volocity license.
The Volocity software platform is a portfolio of high performance 3D image analysis products for the visualization and measurement of cells. It is a universal solution for 3D analysis of fluorescence microscopy images that enables researchers to relate cellular structure to function. Over 1,000 research groups have already published their results using PerkinElmer image analysis software.
For more information and to download the free trial of Volocity Demo, please visit PerkinElmer, Inc.
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