Introduction What does it do? Stingray is designed to find and classify objects or particles from holograms Specifically, Stingray was designed using oceanic phytoplankton samples collected with 4Deep’s instruments. However, Stingray can be used for identification and classification for microorganisms in any liquid environment, including yeast...

We’ve updated our holographic software packages to version 2.1: The upgraded packages are: Octopus (and its Demo) Swordfish (and its Demo) Stingray Remote control The 2.1 release: Optimizes the software operation and speed Provides the user the ability to share data between Octopus and Stingray Adds 3...

We will be presenting a talk "Using convolutional neural networks for classification of marine plankton images recorded with a submersible digital holographic microscope" at the Ocean Sciences Meeting at 3:15pm on Friday February 16 2018. https://osm.agu.org/2018/...

Last week, I was lucky enough to spend a day in beautiful Lunenberg county with an inspiring young woman. Stella Bowles is a 13-year-old environmentalist. On a sunny Tuesday in late August, I met Stella, her mother Andrea, her younger brother William, and her science advisor...

We were honoured to host MP Andy Fillmore this morning as he announced our Built in Canada Innovation Program grant for our FluoroSea. [caption id="attachment_10890" align="alignnone" width="300"] MP Andy Fillmore, 4Deep Board Chair Permjot Valia, 4Deep CEO Stephen Jones, Public Works representative Glenn Chamberlain, DFO Scientist...

Stingray 2.0.0 is released today! The biggest (and most exciting) change is the classifier development. The new classifier is the first commercial system that uses deep learning/deep neural networks for plankton specie classification. Download the upgrade today: 4-deep.com/products/software-downloads...