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For those who spent a lot of time waiting for the computer to finish some image analysis task, we acquired a new desktop computer that might help remedy this loss of time. This new computer has a hardware configuration for large datasets that require computationally intensive processing.
You can find more details on number cruncher’s page. This workstation is henceforth available for all facility users.
We updated our OMERO.server from 3.3.1 to 3.3.5
During the upgrade we optimized the server’s software dependencies for optimal performance.
In case your desktop clients do not connection to the server anymore, please update the OMERO.insight on you computer too. You find instruction and the download of the pre-configured clients on our web-site.
There is also a new goodie: FPBioimage is a 3D viewer for the web. It is currently in beta, so some irregularities are expexted. Also you should make sure you have a fast internet connection.
You would like to get the best out of your image data, try to push the resolution? If this is the case you should sign up for the upcoming Huygens workshop. During this one-day-workshop you can learn about image restoration and how you can apply it to your own image data here at the University of Fribourg.
Find all the details of the workshop on the event-page.
For friends of 3D image processing and analysis: We are happy to announce the next Imaris workshop here in Fribourg. This is an opportunity to get the overview of the latest functionality of the software and to either familiarize with tutorials or start to work on a solution for your own data.
Find all the details on the event page. The workshop is free for all facility users. Please register (login required) rather early than too late, there is only a limited number of slots available.
Check out the Axio Imager Demo next week!
All the details can be found on this page.
Bioimage opens its doors to the public this Saturday night
Maybe some of you already noticed, we got a little addition to our OMERO server. It is an additional web application (thus not available from the desktop client), that allows to produce figures from your images. Bellow are some screenshots that give an idea how it looks like:
OMERO.figure is tailored for microscopy images and has the functionality to quickly produce a pdf-figure and does not clutter the interface with anything unnecessary.