The image pairs above show the different kinds of input that our prototype software can accept: multi-dimensional data and digital images
- greyscale or colour
- produced with Terahertz or any other microscopic technology
- produced by any kind of telescope
and what it produces:
- re-visualisations for the human eye – with the benefit of new depth and perspective
- Proprietary ‘metadata’ makes ‘software vision’ possible – with the functionality for comparing, sorting and ranking images
- internal ‘image metrics’ is used for image processing – for the purpose of quantifying patterns, shapes and objects.
Image examples show: stem cells, sickle cells, red and white blood cells, Cassiopeia, the birth of a super nova, brain scans produced with a functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging device.
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This leads to possible applications in many areas, such as:
1. bio- and life sciences:
- biology: to investigate cell types
- pharma: to control the quality of drugs
- medicine: to diagnose with better reliability and to assess the effects of drugs
2. natural sciences:
- chemistry: to quantify toxicity and other complex qualities
- materials: to research their qualities, especially when bonding with other materials
- metrology: to establish references for standards at nanoscale and below.
3. web services:
- sorting and ranking images
- comparing and correlating multi-dimensional data
- quantifying processes over different time intervals.