Category Archives: Image Analysis

‘True Colour 3D’ for Visual and Metric analysis: Reference Images from @NPL and @StemCells re-visualised

These Reference Images were synthetically created by NPL, the National Physics Laboratory. Ages ago I re-visualised them with my offline prototype as one of my attempts to convince people that I understand Number in a way that offers a new … Continue reading

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Enhancing #NanoSurfaces Digitally: discovering Depth, Detail and Structure at nanoscales @NanoMagazine @Nanowerk @Nanotechnology @DigiLeaders

          This input image was copied from NanoSurface Biomedical to produce the ‘3D object’ on the right. The 2D input illustrates how NanoSurface dishes promote the in vivo-like maturation and alignment of cell types. What I am demonstrating is the … Continue reading

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#Nanoparticles in #BrownianMotion as Movable Objects in Digital Light and Colour @NanoMagazine

The above stills [in the top left corner of each screenshot] were taken from the video that Malvern publish on their site where they advertise instruments to characterise nanoparticles. Here is a video where I just use one still to … Continue reading

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#digidropin #DigitalCatapult First visualisations of images as objects in ‘visual and metric 3D’

3 x-ray images in ‘virtual and metric 3D’ – for the occasion of this Digital Business Drop-In on 9 February. The Drop-In comprised a presentation about the Digital Catapult by Kathryn Geels – one of 11 catapults – with 50 staff in … Continue reading

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Say it on Video: a Game Changer for Forecasting, Diagrams and Image Analysis by Unifying #DataAnalytics

Three generic software methods are the outcome of my ‘software-aided thinking’: ‘3dM Forecasts‘ – with short-, medium- and long-term trends – which I expressed in this video on Time is Money – Money is Time Series; the prezi underlying the … Continue reading

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THE POWER of Software Vision through Software Lenses Revealed

The first version of these slides was prepared for me by a generous ‘technology translator’ of Russian origin. I have observed before how Russians ‘got’ what I have to offer and I have long been intrigued by the effects that … Continue reading

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ACCELERATING INNOVATION in Medicine @ CERN – through medical imaging & particle therapy

  Accelerating innovation… in medicine was the wonderful overview given by Dr Eleanor A. Blakely from Lawrence Berkeley National LaboratorY – LBNL. It is recorded on this video and joined very sensitive dots for me: on the way from CERN to LBNL … Continue reading

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LEAN, CLEAN, SIMPLE, SOCIAL SYSTEMS: the Guide to Frugal Innovations

Charles Leadbeater @ http://www.charlesleadbeater.net was an interesting inspiration at NESTA where he was in conversation with Geoff Mulgan, NESTA’s director. As his latest book The Frugal Innovator has recently appeared, his 58 slides commented on the essence of innovation as he … Continue reading

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INTELLIGENT Imaging @ UCL thanks to the Electronics, Sensors & Photonics KTN

A great event for taking the pulse of the time, assessing the state of the art and ensuring that my contribution continues to be unique. The events organised by the Electronics, Sensors and Photonics Knowledge Transfer Network always have particularly … Continue reading

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