microscopic image transmission

J. Paul Robinson jpr at flowcyt.cyto.purdue.edu
Sun Sep 24 16:00:32 EST 2000

In response to Andrea Illingsworth's question we have been developing
 a remote controlled brightfield microscope for high resolution
imaging. It operates directly on the web and is fully controllable
from a remote location. The project is called RemoteScope and the
intended goal, is to create a system that will be available for high
school science students and teachers to have access to high
quality digital imaging systems. It is very applicable to pathology,
but we decided to develop the system for educational purposes

Most systems use the regular camera, scope and computer, but
the system we are working on is an integrated system. I can give
more specific details if you wnat them.

Paul Robinson
Purdue University

From:			"Andrea Illingworth" <dcdsflow at mint.net>
To: cyto-inbox
Subject:		microscopic image transmission
Date sent:		Wed, 20 Sep 2000 15:59:50 -0400

> Could somebody direct me to a person or organization which transfers
> microscopic image transmissions for slide reviews via the internet?  We
> are mainly interested in what the infrastructure requirements are, what
> the costs would be, and what the transfer times would be. This is not
> really flow-related but since there are many pathologists within this
> group, I thought I might give it a try.
> Thanks in advance
> Andrea J. Illingworth, M.S. (ASCP)
> Dahl-Chase Diagnostic Services
> Flow Cytometry
> 333 State Street
> Bangor, Maine 04401

J.Paul Robinson, Ph.D.,
Professor of Immunopharmacology
Professor of Biomedical Engineering
Director, Purdue University Cytometry Laboratories
Hansen Hall, Roon B050
Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN 47907-1515
(Ph) (765) 494-0757  Fax (765) 494-0517
jpr at flowcyt.cyto.purdue.edu



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