It turns your digital microscope into true multi-media device. With Motic Play and Motic Educator, a child can have fun while learning! Who said learning was boring? This is the most sophisticated imaging software from Motic. For those more forensic-minded, use the simple image comparison page to quickly compare images side by side. Through a simple click the teacher can broadcast its demonstration. Multi-focus The Multi-focus module can be used to capture up to images taken at different focusing levels and assemble them into a new single image in focus.
|Date Added:||3 December 2008|
|File Size:||59.47 Mb|
|Operating Systems:||Windows NT/2000/XP/2003/2003/7/8/10 MacOS 10/X|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
In addition of the Motic Images Plus 2. This ueb supports our newest high resolution imaging sensors of all our digital products. The teacher can have a complete overview over each student’s station, and also control an manipulate the quality of each student microscope. This is the most sophisticated imaging software from Motic. Additionally, the work at one student’s station can also be shared with the entire classroom.
Motic Images Advanced 3.
With Motic Play and Motic Educator, a child can have fun while learning! It turns your digital microscope into true multi-media device.
Having a Wi-Fi microscope or camera, the free MotiConnect App is the only thing a user needs to wirelessly connect motoc microscope to mobile devices. Our well-known Motic Images Plus 2. Motic Trace is the perfect compliment if you are looking for a forensic and comparison software.
With it, you will be able to view, edit, capture and store your images in the blink of an eye, view live notic on multiple wireless devices and share your work with anyone in just a few clicks. Our Motic Play and Motic Educator imaging software have been created thinking about children, and therefore we designed them with a simple and fun interface that would catch their attention.
Approximately each uzb months a new update of the Motic Images plus 2. Motic Assembly and Motic Multi-Focus modules allow you to automatically assemble a high quantity of images into one.
The MotiConnect App makes data sharing possible in a collaborative environment, encouraging teamwork and collective learning experiences. The highlights worth emphasizing are: Who said learning was boring? Motic Images Plus 2.
All the stations use the Motic Images Plus 2. Through a simple click the teacher can broadcast its demonstration.
Know more about the App. Can be connected up to a maximum of 48 individual digital microscope systems. Assembly This module can be used for creating a single overview image out of multiple separated ,otic. Motic Images Plus 3.
Images Plus is available in Windows versions as well as OSX and contains powerful tools necessary in a wide range of applications from Educational to Professional Digital Microscopy.
Unlock the potential of your microscope and capture, measure and quantify the image that you see through the eyepiece, moticc a computer screen, at prices that are affordable to students all over the world, as well as to doctors, clinicians, quality control staff, and many more. For those more forensic-minded, use the simple image comparison page to quickly compare images side by side.
Software Download – Panthera,Microscope and Microscopy Solutions by Motic
Motic offers a wide variety of microscope software that can be used both for educational and professional fields. The first all-new redesign of our well-known software, the Motic Images Plus 3.
Segmentation The superior counting module allows to perform manual segmentation by using a histogram colourgrey scale or by selecting the size.
With this simple software they are able to take pictures and record videos, and later on edit them by making measurements, adding texts, colors, shapes, icons, and much more. This software package unlocks the potential of the microscope as a multi-media research, demonstration, hobby or analysis platform. Multi-focus The Multi-focus module can be used to capture up to images taken at different focusing levels and assemble them into a new single image in focus.