News | February 27, 2008

Medical Imaging Express Boards Boast New Features to Improve Image Display

February 28, 2008 - Matrox Graphics recently introduced new features to its Xenia PCI Express boards, each Xenia and Xenia Pro native PCIe x16 single-slot board now reportedly drive up to three high-resolution digital displays, working to cut down the time it takes to install, configure and deploy radiology and PACS workstations.

Designed to improve view and diagnoses, each Xenia output encompasses an , 10, and 13-bit independent GAMMA LUT for precise DICOM calibration of 8-bit or 10-bit grayscale and color displays. Xenia can drive up to 3 MP displays with 512 MB of on-board memory, while Xenia Pro supports up to 4 MP for the navigation console and up to 8 MP for each imaging display, with 1 GB of on-board memory.

New features include Digital Luminance Correction (DLC) that enables calibration packages from display manufacturers and software developers to uniformly calibrate display luminance within industry standards, such as DIN, IEC, AAPM and JESRA. When utilized with third party applications, the Dynamic Field-of-View Correction (DFC) is designed to reduce color and/or grayscale inaccuracies caused by different viewing angles of LCD surfaces, and provides a more uniform image perspective.

For more information: www.matrox.com/graphics

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