from Meyer Instruments, Inc.

  • Windows 95/NT port of Scion Image for MacOS
  • Extensive support of all Scion frame grabbers
  • Display of 24 bit color images
  • Control of on-chip integrating cameras
  • Extensive image analysis capabilities
  • Image enhancement and annotation support
  • Full macro language for task automation
  • Available at no charge
  • Scion Image for Windows is the Windows version of Scion Image, which is in turn a version of the popular Macintosh program, NIH Image, written at the National Institutes of Health. Scion Image may be used to capture, display, analyze, enhance, measure, annotate, and output images. Scion Image extensively supports all Scion frame grabber boards, and provides a powerful and complete image acquisition environment.

    Scion Image for Windows supports color and grayscale image capture with Scion frame grabbers. It includes advanced capturing capabilities such as frame averaging and summation, frame sequence capture, and on-chip integration support. All current features of NIH Image have been included.

    Scion Image is available free of charge. Scion provides full technical support to users of Scion Image. Please note that Scion Image for Windows is currently in beta release and cannot be considered bug free. Scion Image for Windows is available in Windows 95 and Windows NT versions.

    Scion Image requires a PC compatible computer with a Pentium processor. The Windows 95 or Windows NT operating system is required. MicroSoft DirectX operating system extensions must be installed. At least 32 Mb of RAM in the computer is recommended. Scion Image works best with a display system that supports thousands or millions of colors.
    This software is available to you at the Scion Corporation web site at http://www.scioncorp.com/


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    (Created 03-28-1998 - MMB, Modified 26-Apr-2000 - MMB)