The Laboratory of Plant Systematics (K.U.Leuven) has announced the availability of
Carnoy 1.5. It’s a major update to their image analysis program, which has been developed to help researchers carry out measurements on digital images — especially micrographs obtained from light or electron microscopes. The developers noted that Carnoy is used at NASA, research labs and engineering research companies worldwide.
Carnoy 1.5 employs bug fixes for all known issues, and also adds support for Apple’s recently released Mac OS X 10.1 update. New features have also been included: One-click calibration. Length, surface area and perimeter measurements of regular and irregular objects. Automated particle analysis. Measurements are stored in a list that managed all data; measurements can be annotated as well. Measurements can also be exported to a tab-delimited file. PDF import and conversion now supported.
Carnoy 1.5 is distributed as US$15 shareware. The software requires Mac OS X.