November 21, 2021 — Double Black Imaging expands their line of displays for digital breast imaging with the Gemini 12MP, featuring a wizard designed specifically for MQSA testing, reporting and alerting. The Gemini 12MP features multi-resolution modes, including 6MP and 12MP options for modality optimization. The Gemini 12MP is ergonomically designed to reduce strain and fatigue from long hours spent at the workstation. Inclusive ambient task lighting illuminates the background or workspace.
The Gemini 12MP will join DBI’s next generation N Series and Gemini Series LED backlit display solutions. Double Black Imaging’s display line includes 2MP, 3MP, 4MP, 5.2MP, 6MP and 8MP solutions, with the 5.2MP display FDA cleared for breast imaging, including tomo.
All diagnostic displays from Double Black Imaging are equipped with built in front sensors for hands-free automatic DICOM 3.14 calibration, backlight sensors, and ambient light sensors to maintain stability and accuracy over time. The CFS Calibration Software Suite for remote calibration, conformance, report generation, and non-conformance alerts via the web, is included with all DBI diagnostic displays.
The inclusive CFS Productivity Toolkit consists of several utilities designed to improve user workflow, enhance visual clarity, and reduce distraction, ultimately diminishing visual strain. The CFS toolkit increases cursor movement efficiency while minimizing hand strain, fatigue, and frustration. The toolkit is adjustable by user and application. CFS toolkit features include:
- PinPoint – enables the user to concentrate on key areas of interest
- AutoDim – eliminates distractions and eye strain from bright neighboring monitors
- Cursor Genie – saves time and the frustration of a user’s cursor getting stuck in the corners of a display
- Cursor Wrap – allows the user to quickly move between screens in a multi-display environment, reducing hand strain
- Cursor Locator – rapidly locates the cursor and allows the user to return to work quickly without frustration
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