A number of Digital Optics customers
have received recognition in the Advanced Imaging magazine "Solutions
of the Year" awards for their innovative use of imaging, supported
by V++ software.
The award-winning application in the
2004 awards was the development of the SeDDaRA deconvolution algorithm
and its application to deblurring the imagery produced by NASA's
Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe. SeDDaRA was developed and
implemented using V++ and has been reported in journals such as
Applied Optics and Optics Letters.
to download a copy of the SeDDaRA award citation in Advanced Imaging
magazine. You can learn more about SeDDaRA and enquire about licensing
In the 2003
awards, V++ users were honored for a multispectral imaging study
of the Archimedes Palimpsest, an important historical manuscript
from ancient Greece.
to download a copy of the Archimedes Palimpsest award citation in
Advanced Imaging magazine.
3D biological imaging
Senior Scientist at Scion Research in Rotorua,
New Zealand, has developed a sophisticated 3D confocal microscopy
system using V++ and VPascal.
to download a PDF document (2.3MB) containing sample images,
3D projections and movies.
If you're interested in using Lloyd's 3DV code
then please contact Digital Optics and we'll forward your
details to him.
V++ is used extensively
in forensic applications by Police departments and law enforcement
laboratories all over the world.
to download a document (5.0MB) outlining a variety of forensic
imaging techniques in fingerprinting, document imaging, and
biological sample analysis.
Sample image courtesy of Bruce Comber, Australian