Technology | Flat Panel Displays | December 28, 2017

Double Black Announces Gemini Series Monitors for Multimodality and Digital Breast Imaging

Six- and 8MP color LED backlit displays offer double the resolution; 8MP monitor enables multimodality and digital breast imaging from a single display

Double Black Announces Gemini Series Monitors for Multimodality and Digital Breast Imaging

December 28, 2017 — Double Black Imaging and their Image Systems Division are releasing their Gemini Series 6MP and 8MP large format LED backlit flat panel display solutions. The Gemini Series Color LED backlit displays double the resolution and eliminate the gap between screens in a multi-head display configuration. Allowing the eye to seamlessly glide between images uninterrupted increases efficiency and improves productivity. The Gemini Series of displays comes complete with advanced auto-calibration technology, and enables multimodality imaging from a single display, including breast imaging (mammography and tomosynthesis) on the 8MP.

The large wide-screen displays are equipped with built-in front sensors for hands-free automatic DICOM 3.14 calibration, backlight sensors to maintain stability over time, ambient light sensors, CFS calibration software for remote calibration, conformance, report generation and non-conformance alerts via the web.

Additional workflow enhancement tools, such as auto-dimming capability, image pinpointing, cursor wrap and cursor genie functions boosts productivity and improves the user experience.

For more information: www.doubleblackimaging.com

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