Mira. Image Processing Visualization Data Analysis

Mirametrics provides off-the-shelf and custom image processing, data analysis, and data visualization solutions for researchers, educators, and students in science and engineering. Our products and services include the Mira software line, OEM applications, and engineering development services for custom imaging applications. Since 1988, Mira has embodied the vision and expertise of our team of research scientists, educators, and experts in image processing and data analysis.

Mira MX Ultimate Edition

Mira MX Ultimate Edition sets a new paradigm in the evolution of scientific image processing software. Advanced processing, interactive visualization, quantitative analysis, and a powerful scripting facility create what is arguably the most advanced application available for images and quantitative data.  More

Application areas: Microscopy, biomedical research, computational biology, radiography, physics, materials science, reconnaissance, and other critical applications.


Mira Pro x64              NEW!

Designed for working with many, large images and image sets, Mira Pro x64 leverages the immense memory capacity and speed increases offered by the 64-bit Windows 7 and Windows 8 operating systems. Mira Pro x64 is derived from our class-leading 32-bit Mira Pro Ultimate Edition software. Available September 2, 2014.

Application areas: Astronomy and space science research, education.


Mira Pro Ultimate Edition

Designed for critical astronomical applications, Mira Pro Ultimate Edition provides research grade calibration, data reduction, visualization, and measurement tools, plus a powerful scripting language. All this is provided in a highly integrated, easy to use visual environment.  More

Application areas: Astronomy and space science research, education.


Mira AL

For science education and public outreach, Mira AL allows educators and students to do real science on a tight budget. Mira AL is also an excellent solution for amateur astronomers.  More




From the Archives:
In the early 90's, we developed a snappy 32-bit windowed GUI for Mira. In 1994, Mira users were working with 250MB survey images (and doing smooth, real time display adjustments too) using 486 class PC's. Our switch to the Windows platform came a few years later.

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