The acronym OMA stands for Optical Multi-channel Analyzer and is what Princeton Applied Research called their early SIT vidicon cameras.
The OMA program was developed by researchers as a way to investigate and post-process photometric images from CCD detectors used for laser-based imaging of reacting and nonreacting flows as well as some spectroscopic applications. Originally written in assembly language on a PDP11 computer, the software has been around since the late 1970s. It has since grown on Classic Mac OS to be a very powerful image processing platform. Additionally, OMA is used in many labs as the front more...
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- OS X 10.6 or later