Imaging Workstations

General use workstation for image processing and analysis (also in 3D and 4D)

Location: Room B501 in lobby

Tech­nical de­tails: BIU wiki

Reservations: Open IRIS

Workstation for disk-based (virtual) rescanning and analysis of high-content screening data

Location: Room B501 in lobby

Tech­nical de­tails: BIU wiki

Reservations: Open IRIS

 

Workstation for 3D and 4D image deconvolution, rendering, processing and analysis

Location: Room B501 in lobby

Tech­nical de­tails: BIU wiki

Reservations: Open IRIS

 

BIU 3D VM is a virtual machine which is used from your own workstation by VMware Horizon Client. Installed software include Bitplane Imaris and SVI Huygens.

Please contact BIU for more information on user registration.

Reservations: Open IRIS

HELMI 3D VM is a virtual machine which is used from your own workstation by a VMware Horizon Client. Instructions for connection are in LMU wiki. At the moment major software for the virtual machine are full Imaris installation and Fiji but we will add other software later. Workstation has CUDA capability so FIji plugins that are made for CUDA computing works there. Capabilities of computing is generally between 3D and LMU LS workstation except local hardisk is quite small which limits how much data can be stored in Imaris Arena.

Helmi 3D also includes Microvolution Deconvolution software

More details on workstation at LMU wiki

Reservations: Open Iris