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CRAIC Technologies Image Analysis Software for Windows 8

Published: Thursday, June 27, 2013
Last Updated: Thursday, June 27, 2013
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ImageUV™ microscope camera control from CRAIC Technologies.

CRAIC Technologies has announced the release of its ImageUV™ microscope camera control and image analysis software for Windows 8™.

Scientists and engineers using ImageUV™ running on Windows™ 8 will immediately notice a more fluid response, with Window 8’s newly enhanced stability and advanced memory management.

Windows™ 8 will further improve the useability of CRAIC's ImageUV™ image analysis software with such features as native touchscreen control, quick resizing of windows, easier to see icons and speedy access to often used documents and spectra.

Windows™ Search gives engineers and scientists even more power as a fast search engine to locate and quickly analyze data.

And best of all, Windows™ 8 is designed to more efficiently use resources allowing for even better operation of CRAIC UV-visible-NIR microscopes.

"Windows™ 8 is an enhancement for CRAIC Technologies customers" states Dr. Paul Martin, President of CRAIC Technologies.

Dr. Martin continued, "All CRAIC microscope customers using our ImageUV™ instrument software on Windows™ 8 will find this new version of Windows™ a much more rewarding experience. With improved speed, responsiveness and reliability of the operating system, CRAIC customers will experience the benefits of this new operating system immediately. And the native touchscreen control is the biggest enhancement. ImageUV™ user interface has been designed to operate with a touchscreen and integrates nicely with this Windows 8™ feature."


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