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See Screen shots of the 3D Engine for various applications and Multilayer3D PRO, Sample 3D images for more images.

"All below are still shots of virtual reality live (real time render) 3D output of our software."

Atomic Force and Scanning Probe Microscopy (AFM, SPM, STM) images.

ScienceGL - Advanced 3D visualization software for microscopy

Ferromagnetic islands in paramagnetic film

ScienceGL - ferromagnetic islands in paramagnetic film
Topography and magnetic force microscopy (MFM) image of ferromagnetic islands in paramagnetic film. Magnetic image looks like a sub-micron dipole array. Dark and light areas on right image correspond to different poles. This is perspective data storage medium. Both images were obtained simultaneously by two-pass method.

Sample courtesy of Yu.K. Verevkin, V.N. Petryakov, N.N. Salaschenko, Institute of Applied Physics RAS, Nizhni Novgorod, Russia; N.I. Polushkin, Institute for Physics of Microstructures RAS, Nizhni Novgorod, Russia.A.M. Alexeev et al. Pis'ma v ZhETF 73, 214-219 (2001).
Polymer AFM image

ScienceGL - Polymer AFM image
Microspheres on mica

ScienceGL - Microspheres on mica
Semiconductor integrated circuit

ScienceGL - Semiconductor integrated circuit
Metallic nano-triangles

ScienceGL - Metallic nano-triangles
AFM data courtesy Dr. Heiko Rochholz, Material Science Group, Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Germany.

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3D measuring tools for atomic force microscopy: interactive measuring planes, volumes, markers. AFM height data visualization.
ZnO Luminescent grains

ScienceGL - ZnO Luminescent grains
SEM Image courtesy Prof. Shinobu FUJIHARA, Department of Applied Chemistry, Faculty of Science and Technology, Keio University, Japan.
2D electrons under Quantum Hall effect

ScienceGL - 2D electrons under Quantum Hall effect
2.5x2.5 microns topographic map of random potential by SPM microscopy (Scanning capacitive mode). SPM image courtesy Prof. Gleb Finkelstein. Duke University Physics Department.

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