News | January 21, 2007

Matrox, Larivière Project New View

January 22, 2007 — Matrox Graphics Inc. has sealed a technology partnership with Larivière GmbH, pairing Matrox TheatreVUE display projection controller boards with
Larivière's AcuScreen for LCD/DLP and D-ILA Projectors solution and Canon's XEED projector with LCOS-Technology.
A DICOM-compliant projection solution supporting DICOM Part 14 calibration for LCD/DLP and D-ILA projectors, the AcuScreen for Projectors solution is designed to enable accurate calibration of images such as X-Rays and Ultrasound images. This projection solution may be used in medical imaging projection environments, including medical trainings, presentations, and case review. With Matrox TheatreVUE display projection controller boards, users can now experience calibrated projected images for high visual quality when using the AcuScreen for Projectors solution, achieving quality medical imaging projection configuration, says the manufacturer.
Larivière's AcuScreen for Projectors solution is comprised of software, hardware and a customized optical interface for projectors and features a USB connection and gamma correction applied through Matrox TheatreVUE display projection controller board in the PC.
Using Matrox TheatreVUE display projection controller boards along with the AcuScreen for Projectors package, users can reportedly clone a section of the screen, up to the entire display, to the projector for easier viewing of specific images or image areas. Also featured in the package is a dual-projection capability, whereby two boards in a system are each capable of supporting a medical display and a projector, for the display of multiple simultaneous images.

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