View Webinar - Simplify and Accelerate Object Tracking Experiments with Image Analysis in Virtual Reality

 

Tracking cells or objects in time resolved image datasets is a very common experiment used to answer questions about cell behavior and disease origins. It is also a good example of how overwhelming data input complicates analysis steps unexpectedly. In this webinar, Arvonn Tully (Application engineer) and Sebastian Konrad (Product manager) are showing you analysis strategies to address complex tracking experiments.


Have you ever wished there was an easy way to proofread cumbersome tracking data results with your fingertips?


Change, add new, or edit and delete existing tracks right where you see them - in the image. This makes proofreading tracks faster, easier, and more precise than on a desktop. 

View now the Recording to learn how Virtual Reality helps to improve your image analysis process and how to proofread and edit your results for efficient image analysis with high confidence.

     

    Tracking in Virtual Reality. Image Courtesy: Judith Reichmann, Jan Ellenberg; EMBL Heidelberg
    tracking cells in Virtual Reality
    Tracking in Virtual Reality. Image Courtesy: Judith Reichmann, Jan Ellenberg; EMBL Heidelberg