SMART Video Tracking System from Panlab/Harvard Apparatus evaluates behavior of laboratory animals and allows the recording of activity, trajectories, ethological events, and social interactions. It also performs calculations on a wide range of analysis parameters.
Featuring Triwise Technology, SMART provides unmatched detection in low-contrast conditions, center mass, and color tracking, according to the company. Designed for detection of head, center, base-tail, Triwise Technology offers zone-dependent brightness and contrast settings, artefact filtering, Input-output device, and video-digital support. The video tracking system offers a flexible interface for a number of behavioral tests including: Morris Water Maze, Open Field, Plus Maze, Radial Maze, Place Preference and more.
Filed Under: Drug Discovery