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Applied Image and Imatest software sign agreement


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Applied imageApplied Image and Imatest software sign agreement : Applied Image Inc., located in Rochester New York, is proud to announce its latest partnership with Imatest LLC, of Boulder Co. Expanding their excellent product offerings for the Photonics industry, Applied Image is now packaging the Imatest Pro and Imatest Light software with their test targets, including the ISO and I3A standard targets, such as ISO12233, ISO14524 and ISO16067-1 as well as other standards, like the IEEE STD 208-1995. The Imatest software, developed by Imatest LLC, measures the sharpness and image quality of digital camera images and digitized film images. It allows users to accurately and conveniently determine the performance of their cameras or imaging system.
Applied Image and Imatest software sign agreementTest your Digital Camera
Imatest Light is ideal for individual photographers and enthusiasts who want to test their cameras, lenses and printers, while the Imatest Pro has a full range of features for professionals and imaging system developers. Imatest runs under Windows 2000, 2003, XP and Macintosh systems with Virtual PC 6 or version 7.



Analyzing digital image quality
Designed for ease of use, Imatest is the first commercially available program with graphic user interface for analyzing digital image quality. Imatest output can be exported to Excel or XML formats. Together, with the Applied Image test targets users can verify the quality and performance of their imaging systems with unprecedented convenience and accuracy.

Software Distribution Arrangement
Commenting about the new Applied - Imatest relationship, Norman Koren, owner of Imatest, said, "The partnership between Applied Image and Imatest offers exciting opportunities to better serve our customers with new chart designs and enhanced software capabilities." In addition to the distribution arrangement, Imatest LLC and Applied Image, Inc. are working together to develop new test targets to meet the needs of photographers as well as manufacturers throughout the supply chain.

About Applied Image
Applied Image Inc., established over a quarter of a century ago by Bruno Glavich, is a world leader in the manufacturing of precision, high quality, test targets, scales, reticles, encoders and bar code standards on a wide variety of substrate materials.

About Imatest Software
Imatest LLC, founded in 2004 by Norman Koren, designs and develops software that enables photographers and manufacturers to test the performance of their digital cameras and the sharpness of their lenses.





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