The science and industry are constantly developing. Electronic devices become more and more complicated, yet, smaller and smaller. It is impossible to imagine modern science and technology without live image analysis, and the electronics industry actively uses image measuring and processing applications for quality control and making precise measurements as well.
Altami Studio software for live image measuring and processing facilitates the work of a specialist very much as it possesses well-developed and easy-to-use tools. All tools can be applied in live mode.
Altami Studio application can be used for many purposes but now we shall concentrate on the printed board measuring and control.
Let us measure a track and an opening of the board. Precise measurements are performed with the help of special instruments вЂ” figures. Approximate measurements are made with the help of the ruler which can be moved to any place you wish:
All figures are vector figures, they can be edited and moved. In the following image you can see the enlarged opening in the board:
Altami Studio application provides numerous other possibilities to process images, among them вЂ” to make a panorama image out of several images in live mode.
The first image, which has not been processed yet, looks as follows:
Let us add a fragment (or вЂњstepвЂќ) to the image. The resulting image shall look as follows:
Now we shall add the second (and the last) fragment. The resulting image shall look the following way:
The results of your work can be saved in different formats, for example, as a report in pdf format:
Please find the result of your work expressed as a report in pdf format.
Note that all described actions can be applied to live stream. You can learn more on this possibility at the features page.
Altami software products work under the most popular modern operating system such as Windows, Linux и Macintosh.
If our products do not solve your problems, we are ready to develop "from scratch" or modify existing applications.
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