Bitplane’s development team of biologists and computer scientists is dedicated to building products, which are user friendly, fast, and stable. Much easier said than done, this dedication to quality requires the optimal mix of technology and outstanding software design.
At Bitplane, we take great care to understand the needs of today's customers and also to anticipate the market's requirements three years from now. This is achieved by listening to the feedback of our customers and through the continued support of our Advanced Imaging Centers, a selected group of labs, each leading their respective field, that help to guide Bitplane’s development plans.
Bitplane products are available on Windows and Macintosh computers and offer the best interactive experience in the market.
Imaris has been designed as a stand-alone end-user application. It can be installed and operated by life scientists, does not require IT administration, and easily integrates into existing image processing workflows. With an easy to learn user interface, Imaris is a perfect tool for both the beginner and the advanced microscopist.
Using Java technology Imaris can also be integrated into other imaging applications to be used as visualization and interaction engine. Toolbars and menus can be adapted to match the requirements of the host software. The Java interface enables the host software to send or receive images and objects to and from Imaris. Thus, Imaris is also the ideal solution for accelerated product development, interaction between computer scientists and biologists, and implementation of custom developed algorithms. By using Imaris for all 3D/4D visualization, interaction, and key analysis purposes time and resources can be freed for other urgent and critical applications.
Bitplane’s team of scientists are experts in the key technologies such of 3D microscopy, image restoration, visualization and analysis. Part of our success originates from the high level of support we deliver to researchers before, and most importantly after the purchase of our software. Most months we hold one or two free (for customers) web seminars on selected key topics. We think that this high tech approach to training allows our customers to stay current on any aspect of the software that they choose, allows them to participate from a comfortable environment and therefore is very well accepted in the community.