Wednesday, September 28, 2011

First video

We made a screen captured video of the EniCap 1.0. This is only a preview of the software.  We did not use the endoscope's inner light. An external lightsource and a ribbon is used to demonstrate the first release of EniCap. The video ends during demonstrating the adjustable camera parameters. Next week we will let you know more details.

Thursday, March 3, 2011

EniCap videocapture software for videoendoscope and videocolposcope

The second version of the EniCap videocapture software contains the followings:
  • live stream of the videoendoscope or videocolposcope
  • can take snapshots
  • zoom snapshots
  • save snapshots, independently
  • select patient from database
  • add, edit or delete patients
  • select video source
  • adjust video source's brightness, gamma, saturation, contrast, white balance, sharpness, backlight compensation
  • save images to selected patient
  • view saved images of selected patient
  • make notes for the images
  • print a report, 3 images per pages and notes.
You can download it soon!

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

EniCap, the first release

The first version of the EniCap videoendoscope software contains the followings:
  • live stream of the videoendoscope or videocolposcope
  • can take snapshots
  • zoom snapshots
  • save snapshots, independently
  • select patient from database
  • add, edit or delete patients
  • select video source
  • adjust video source's brightness, gamma, saturation, contrast, white balance, sharpness, backlight compensation
You can download it soon!

Monday, January 31, 2011

About this blog

This blog is an official site of the Babosi Ltd. The company was founded on November 14th, 2002, by an electrical engineer. The founder's goal was to create a company which serves the population and the doctors with quality medical products. 
This blog was created to introduce our new product, a videocapture and database software called EniCap. You can capture the video signs of endoscopes, colposcopes, microscopes, take snapshots and attach them to a selected patiens. The software has a beta version, you can download it soon.