PiXSara

Pixsara is a modular based, all purpose, Image Analysis software for microscopy. It includes capture, image management, interactive measurements, image analysis and reporting. You can also customize or expand the software with one or more of the many optional modules.

MODULAR BASED
SOFTWARE

Pixsara is a modular based software that solves all your needs ranging from capture, simple and advanced measurements, image management and reporting. The ground software supports simple interactive measurement, annotations, basic image processing and much more...    

Capture MODULE

Capture from any type of microscope with any IDS uEye or DirectShow compatible camera. Pixsara is optimized for microscopy and will automatically give you the best image quality, with virtually no manual fiddling... 

Interactive Measurements MODULE

The interactive module extends the basic interactive measurements found in the base software.  It will also add support for statistical analysis of data and export to Excel etc.  

IMAGE DATABASE MODULE

Organize large volumes of images in highly configurable and searchable database.

Group related images, divide into different projects or departments etc. Store the data in Access or SQL-databases. 


 

GRAIN SIZE MODULE

Measure Average Grain Size according to ASTM-E112 standard. Use Interception- or compare- method.  

 

OBJECT/BLOB MODULE

Measure Calibrated Size, Perimeter, No of objects , Area fraction and much more of objects. By using the simple threshold tool you separate your objects from the background, and have your result  in seconds.    

 

Weld MODULE

Measure standardized measurements in welding , such as a-measure, s-measure and other important measurements.    

 

HARDNESS MODULE

Measure the hardness of singel indents. Supports Vickers, Knoop and Brinell.

 

MultiFocus MODULE

Create stunning deep focus images of non-flat surfaces by 

 

SCRIPT MODULE

Perform advanced measurement by creating scripts, or using application specific scrips. Scripts typically consist of steps including capture, image processing, segmentation, binary processing, measurement and reporting. All done with the drag-and-drop scripting from a large library of methods.