Advanced image processing package for microscopy now offers eight languages


INFINITY ANALYZE scientific software from Lumenera Corporation (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada), a complete image capture and processing software package for advanced imaging, is now available in eight languages - Latin Spanish, Castilian Spanish, Italian, Russian, Japanese, Chinese, Korean and French - for life scientists and clinical and industrial researchers worldwide who work with INFINITY USB 2.0 cameras.




Lumenera Corporation’s advanced image processing package adapted into eight languages

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada – June 22, 2010 – Lumenera Corporation,, a leading manufacturer and developer of high performance digital cameras and custom imaging solutions for scientific, surveillance and industrial markets, today announced the translation of its INFINITY ANALYZE scientific software into eight languages.

INFINITY ANALYZE is now available in Latin Spanish, Castilian Spanish, Italian, Russian, Japanese, Chinese, Korean and French. Life scientists, as well as clinical and industrial researchers worldwide are now offered the same level of convenience, comprehension and satisfaction as English-speaking users when working with INFINITY USB 2.0 cameras.

“The localization of this powerful tool allows customers to easily capture and process accurate images in their native language.” stated Sylvain Dignard, Director of Business Development for Industrial and Scientific Markets, Lumenera Corporation. “As our cameras cater to a wide range of applications from industrial part inspection through to low light fluorescence, our software must meet the technical demands of advanced microscopy users while remaining efficient for repetitive routine procedures.”

The native language support project stemmed from the growing global demand for Lumenera’s INFINITY cameras, and opens up new markets and revenue streams for its valued partners.

The translated software is now available upon request. For additional information visit or contact Lumenera at

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