Imaris AI Microscopy Imaging Software - Free 10 Day Trial
Imaris is a comprehensive AI imaging software solution for the visualization, analysis and interpretation of 2D, 3D, and 4D microscopy images. Imaris specializes in intuitive workflows combined with high performance rendering and processing to help you reach your research goals quickly.
Downloading a free trial of Imaris AI Microscopy Imaging Software allows you to explore our technology before you buy it, giving you first-hand experience of how the software enhances your research with stunning visuals, as well as easy-to-generate measurements of the objects in your images.
Our free trial includes all features of Imaris and grants access for 10 non-consecutive days so you can use the software at your own pace. Our team of application specialists are also available to ensure that you learn the best workflows for your specific images and applications.
Imaris MeasurementPro - Report and interact with detected object measurements
ClearView™ - GPU-accelerated deconvolution
Imaris Coloc - Visualize and quantify colocalized regions
Imaris Vantage - Plot in 1D-4D, compare groups with statistical tests
Imaris TrackLineage - Track motion in 2D/3D, detect divisions, create lineage tree
Imaris Filament Tracer - Trace filamentous structures, neurons and vessels, and detect spines
Imaris Cell - Segment and analyze cells and their compartments
Imaris Batch - Utilize saved protocols for batch analysis
Key Features of Imaris Imaging Software
Delivers all necessary functionality for data visualization, analysis, segmentation and interpretation of 3D and 4D microscopy datasets
Combines speed, precision and ease-of-use
Provides a complete set of features for working with multi-channel images of any size
Includes application-specific modules
Gives you eye-catching images and videos
Reports a variety of biologically relevant measurements
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Imaris Stitcher is the newest member of the Imaris family and is a stand-alone application made for precise alignment and fusing of multiple microscopy image tiles into one 2D, 3D or 4D volume.
Alignment and stitching of 2D, 3D or 4D overlapping image blocks
Alignment and stitching in XYZ
Possible alignment and stitching of multiple tiles with many channels*
Aligns and saves images up to Terabytes in size**
Alignment based on the image content in the overlapping regions
Corrects for camera vs microscope stage rotation. This systematic error of the acquisition can be estimated from just a few pairs of overlapping images which contain content and then used to reposition all images even if the signal is insufficient.