µBerry is a mathematica-based tool which allows for high quality visualization of 3D data e.g. from super resolution fluorescence microscopy. We offer the possibility to include a fourth dimension (e.g. labeling density) as a color information. The program provides an environment to visualize 3D images in different plots and videos, providing functions like rotating the object, building up the object, walking slices through the objects and much more. We furthermore provide a user interface that is easy to use, even for scientists who are no experts in visualization techniques. Mathematica has to be installed in order to run the program, even though no knowledge of the programming language is required.

But since a video if worth a quadrillion words…

Written by: Laura Hoppe Alvarez, Simon Schog, Eric Siemes, Pia Lenßen, Martin Strauch, Dorit Merhof, Dominik Wöll

Ain’t that a beaut? Don’t hesitate and download the entire (rather small) package right now: http://www.microgels.rwth-aachen.de/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Package.zip