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Name
Scion Image
Byline
Scion Corporation
Description

Scion Image for MacOS is an extended version of NIH Image, written at the National Institutes of Heath, the most popular image acquisition and analysis program for the Macintosh. Scion Image may be used to capture, display, analyze, enhance, measure, annotate, and output images. Scion Image extensively supports all Scion frame grabber boards, and provides a powerful and complete image acquisition environment.

The modifications which Scion has made to NIH Image involve advanced capturing capabilities, video export abilities, and the display of 24 bit color images. Complete support has been added for the Scion CG-7 RGB color frame grabber including high resolution capture, color frame averaging and frame summation, and color on-chip integration. Scion Image supports video rate frame averaging, blank field shading correction, and mathematical operations with the Scion AG-5 frame grabber. Exporting video images to video printers is supported on Scion frame grabbers with video outputs.

Scion Image is available free of charge. Frequent updates of Scion Image are made to keep it current with NIH Image. Scion provides full technical support to users of Scion Image.

(From http://www.scioncorp.com/pages/scion_image_mac.htm)

NIfTI-1 support
Creator
NIH
Contact
Scion Corporation general information: info@scioncorp.com
WWW
http://www.scioncorp.com/pages/product_prices.htm#Software
Availability
Download from web site.
How to get
Visit Scion Corporation's web site.
Current version
Current version release date
Open source
No
License
Available free of charge
Yes
Requirements
Technical publications
Applications publications
Other information
Keywords
visualization
Platforms
MacOS, Windows
IATR listing last updated
23 Jan 2006