ITG Virtual Lab (Virtual Microscopes) / News: Recent posts

Virtuallab 5.8.0 Released

The latest version of Virtuallab has been released. This version comes with better support for Windows, Mac, Linux and Solaris.
Supports AFM specimens, with capability to view them in 3D.
Improved specimen icon and detail views
and much more...

Posted by Kashif Manzoor 2006-09-05

Version 5.4.1 Released

The Version 5 release brought the inclusion of new EDS analysis tools for the samples that include X-ray spectral data. The 5.4 release includes built-in downloading of new samples as well as a description view.

Posted by Chas Conway 2006-06-09

Version 4.7.6 Released

The version fixes some defects that were specific to Mac OS.
EDS Graphs window are made more user-controlable.
EDS Line graph's accuracy was improved.
Splash screen and About box were revamped.
Memory usage was slightly improved.

Posted by Kashif Manzoor 2006-04-01

New VirtualLab version 4.7 - released

Version 4.7 with EDS tool and Navigation thumbnail functionality. New release is memory efficient and has improved performance.

Posted by Kashif Manzoor 2006-03-05

New VirtualLab version released

Thanksgiving special. Several new usability features added, along with enhanced image scrolling with reduced jitters. Accompanying XSD also released.

Posted by Kashif Manzoor 2005-11-25

VirtualLab version 3.0 Beta released

check out the latest version (3.0 released on 10/25/2005). This version supports a much flexible and rich XML format, complicated specimen collected along different dimensions, printing functionality, Specimen and Instrument information dialog boxes and much more.

Posted by Kashif Manzoor 2005-10-26

Alpha-07252005 released.

First VirtualLab release is available today. VirtualLab2.0725.jar contains the VirualLab application. VirtualLab2.0725-andSamples.zip contains VirtualLab2.0725.jar and a couple of samples. VirtualMicroscopeSpecimen_v2.xsd is the schema for specimen .xml files.

For more information go to: http://virtual.itg.uiuc.edu

Posted by Alex Klementiev 2005-07-26