JMicrovision is changing! A new version based on a plug-in architecture will be available as open source software.
Specific modules for oil and gas industry are now be developed by GPCI.
User-friendly software for analyzing large images
JMicroVision was designed to describe, measure, quantify and classify components of all kinds of images. It has an intuitive user interface with powerful features and supports very large images (more than 1 GB, even with a computer with little memory). JMicroVision contains tools having various degrees of automation in order to handle with complex and varied images. Like a microscope, it enables a dynamic observation of a specimen with the possibility of combining various focus or modes of lighting (polarized light, fluorescence …). Moreover, the magnifying lens and the multiview tool allow a simultaneous view of several images, each one having its own zoom coefficient while keeping a joint position in the center.
JMicroVision has been developed especially to analyze high definition images of rock thin sections, but it can easily be used in other domains.
- Read images in TIFF, BMP, FlashPiX, GIF, JPEG, PNG, and PNM formats
- Efficient visualization system
- Quantify components: objects or background
- Object analysis (size, shape, orientation, texture ...)
- Object classification
- Image processing (binary and morphology operations, filtering, segmentation...)
- Image rectification (geometric corrections by control points)
- Digital point counting
- Tools for data collection in one or two dimensions
- Image annotation and description card
- Profile (variation of granulometry, density, objects or background)
- Save all measures, data, calibration and preferences in a single project file