microDimensions, global provider of state-of-the-art digital pathology software, today released Zoom, the fastest, most versatile, and free of charge viewer for a plethora of whole slide image file formats.
microDimensions Zoom can display an unlimited number of channels of 8 bit and 16 bit data, no matter whether they were acquired by brightfield, electron microscope, fluorescence, or laser scanning systems. The software supports all major whole slide image formats from 3DHISTECH, Aperio, Hamamatsu, Huron, Leica, Nikon, Zeiss, and other widely-used (.ims, .jpeg, .mha, .nii, .tiff) file formats.
“Our digital pathology viewer Zoom is a lightweight piece of software to easily and quickly view, share, and discuss your cases”, said Dr. Martin Groher, CEO of microDimensions. “Even if you have multiple scanners or systems all with proprietary formats, Zoom will be at your fingertips, ready to visualize all of them at maximum speed.”
microDimensions Zoom boils down to what a digital pathology viewer is meant for:
- Visualization of whole slide images and confocal stacks
- Smooth panning, zooming, and scrolling of very large 2D and 3D images, also over an internal network
- Simple adjustment of rendering settings (brightness, contrast, gamma) and turning on/off of individual channels
For more information and to request a free copy of Zoom please visit the product page micro-dimensions.com/zoom.
Meet us at these upcoming exhibitions:
- AACR Meeting, 18-22 April 2015, Philadelphia, PA, USA
- Digital Pathology Congress, 22-23 June 2015, San Diego, CA, USA
- Digital Pathology Congress, 3-4 December 2015, London, UK
To schedule an appointment at one of these exhibitions, please send an e-mail with your preferred date and time to firstname.lastname@example.org.