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Captiva Vision Lite Vision PE

Vision Lite
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Acquire, Measure and Analyze with Pre-built Imaging Routines
Vision Lite is a flexible yet affordable software solution that enables you to acquire, measure and even analyze your images using optional. From basic image acquisition, to adding non-destructive annotations, to performing manual and automated measures, Vision Lite is the right choice if you do not require advanced toolsets for developing complex image analysis routines.


1. Even Lighting Made Simple

Ever experienced situations where your image was not evenly illuminated? With Vision PE's unique shading corrector feature, you can ensure that your image is uniformly lit from corner to corner.

2. Automated Mosaic

Forget tape and scissors! With the optional mosaic feature, software automatically stitches multiple fields to form a large image of unlimited resolution (memory dependent). This example demonstrates a wafer magnified at 200X with four stitched fields.


use with a manual or motorized stage 
for uneven surfaces, combine the multi-layer grab function with the mosaic feature (requires optional autofocus kit) 
when running in manual mode, positioning arrows allow you to accurately stitch multiple fields 
control the number of fields to stitch, starting points, and more…

3. Camera Control

With the built-in camera control interface, when calibrating each objective, you can adjust camera settings including intensity, gain, and other parameters. Once calibrated, all settings are automically saved and you never have to worry about manually adjusting your lighting conditions!


4. Non-Destructive Annotations

Flexible annotation tools allow you to add company logos, text boxes, ellipses, squares, lines, polygons or arcs. Properties including line thickness, background color and opaqueness, font and text positioning can easily be controlled with each entity's annotation pop-up box. Images can then be saved in industry standard TIFF format with a non-destructive layer where annotations can be turned on or off.

5. Multiple Calibration Settings

With Clemex's intelligent calibration feature, you can associate a different calibration setting for each objective or camera. Store an unlimited number of calibration settings. Set it up once and never have to worry about calibrating your images unless you replace your camera or objectives! The calibration box enables you to automatically or manually enter calibration parameters.

6. Controlling the Scale Line

smart scale line instantly displays the correct settings based on the chosen magnification from the drop-down menu box in the image window. Controlling the look and feel of the scale line is easily done with the aid of the scale line annotation window where you can set the interval, color, and thicknesses of the line.

7. Control of Input Parameters Settings

This new set of functions allows the user to control the configuration parameters by software. Camera and Light Intensity settings can be modified within a routine and also microscope parameters such as objective lens change for a motorized nosepiece.

Camera and Microscope Configuration Instruction
By inserting a Select Configuration instruction into the prolog of a routine, the user tells the system to load a specific set of camera and microscope settings to match the corresponding image analysis application. This is particularly useful when performing analyses requiring special illumination techniques, such as polarization, fluorescence or DIC, this instruction allows parameters such as objective magnification, white balance and shutter speed to be preset in order to avoid user manipulation errors.

8. Multi-Layer Grab

Focusing on uneven surfaces can be troublesome. With the Multi-Layer Grab function, intelligent software slices your image at varying z-intervals to reconstruct a completely focused image. Below is an example of an American one cent coin magnified at 100x with fifteen layers sliced and reconstruction. .

1. Point-to-Point Direct Measures

Whether you need to measure perimeters, areas, lines, angles, curve radius or any other feature within your images, Vision PE's robust direct measure tool set enables you to extract the data you need fast! Nifty features such as controlling decimal places, location of flag, or even color of lines can intuitively be controlled within the property box of the software's direct measures.

2. Direct Measures in Databrowser

Need to keep a record of all your manual measures? Vision’s direct measure tools are dynamically linked to the software’s data-browser. Save or export your results to MS Excel or other statistical packages for further analysis.

3. Rapid Routine Development

With Vision PE's intuitive interface, you can develop image analysis routines in a matter of minutes. Sequentially establish a list of image acquisition, processing, and measurement instructions by selecting them from the Toolbox and see them appear in the Routine window below. No programming required whatsoever! Just point and click.

Blood Cells and Cast Iron Nodules Examples

1. Image Input

Loads image and applies a Delineate filter in order to enhance object edges.
2. Threshold Performs an Auto-threshold according to grey levels to separate phases and assigns a Bitplane color.
3. Binary Transformations Fills holes, removes small features and bumps from larger objects and separates objects. Removes objects sectioned by the field of view.
4. Measures Measures length, area, aspect ratio and sphericity of blood cells and cast iron nodules.

4. Optional Pre-Built Imaging Routines

Optional Application Packages can now be purchased with Vision PE. These packages consist of pre-built imaging routines for various fields of application including materials science, pharmaceuticals and biotechnology. Only minimal user input is necessary to carry out an analysis. Browse through the thumbnails below to find your specific area of analysis.

Phase Percent Analysis

2 Phases in Gray with Particles

2 Phases in Gray
2 Phases in Gray with Particles
2 Phases using Color
3 Phases in Gray with Particles
3 Phases in Gray
3 Phases using Color with Particles
3 Phases using Color
Up to 5 Phases in Gray
Up to 5 Phases using Color

Grain and Cell Sizing

Light Grains with Dark Outlines

Elongated Grains with Dark Outlines
Duplex Grains with Inclusions
Incomplete Grains with Dark Outlines
Dark Grains with Light Phase at Boundaries
Solid Grains with Various Hue
Solid Grains with Various Gray Levels

Particle Sizing


Fibers Cross Section
Spheres in Liquid
Smooth Particles
Slide of Cells
White Spheres
Rough Particles

Layer Thickness

Multiple Layers

One Layer of Regular Coating
Two Layers of the Same Type
Two Layers of Different Types
One Layer of Porous Coating

5. Radial Grid Measure

With the radial grid measurement function, just add the instruction to your routine along with a bit plane color, and extract instantaneous ring thickness statistics.

6. Volume Fraction

Whether you are analyzing 6 or 12 bitplanes, you can now extract valuable statistical data based on volume fraction. Raw data is displayed in Vision’s data browser or in summary form by way of color coded histograms.

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