Technology | December 23, 2014

Barco’s 6MP Display Re-engineered to Meet Radiologists’ Evolving Needs

Latest version features better image clarity and uniformity, raises radiologists’ reading efficiency and productivity

Flat Panel Displays, RSNA 2014, Coronis Fusion 6MP LED

Image courtesy of Barco

December 23, 2014 — Barco has released the first-ever Fusion display on the market, Coronis Fusion 6MP LED.

Built upon IPS-Pro LCD panel technology, Coronis Fusion 6MP LED has a wide viewing angle for a screen area that is 100 percent compliant to the ACR guideline for luminance ratio. Radiologists can now see subtle details more quickly, with less zooming and panning due to the brightest calibrated luminance (500 cd/m²) and the largest screen size (30.4”) of any 6MP display.

The new model offers the best image uniformity on the market today, with new color uniformity correction at the pixel level to eliminate screen noise. Its enhanced anti-reflective protective front glass helps reduce eyestrain. 

Coronis Fusion 6MP now comes with Barco’s brand-new productivity tools: SpotView technology allows users to focus the light on lesions or abnormalities that require extra attention. DimView can be configured to automatically dim the auxiliary displays used for patient work lists or dictation.

Coronis Fusion 6MP comes with MediCal QAWeb, a cloud-based technology for automated calibration and quality assurance to ensure the display is up and running to perfection at all times. MediCal QAWeb builds on the display’s I-MST (Intelligent Multi Sensor Technology), comprising the patented I-Guard front-of-screen, backlight, ambient light and temperature sensors that work together to optimize image quality and keep it consistent over time. 

Each display comes with a proprietary display controller – validated with the latest workstations and with all major PACS applications.

For more information: www.barco.com

 

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