News | April 01, 2008

New Solution Aims to Improve Color Management

April 2, 2008 – RealVision revealed the new FVT series products at DHIMS 2008, designed for medical imaging applications and based on RealVision Fine View Technology.

FVT 200, used with IT/consumer monitors, works to provide a safe and reliable solution for review station and clinical imaging applications. It adds two additional bits to the native data, and provides 10-bit look-up-tables for each RGB component. This generates in a palette of 1,021 grayscale tones, from which 256 tones can be simultaneously displayed.

FVT 200 supports up to 2MP displays and provides 10-bit precision for monochrome medical images, corrects brightness uniformity, calibrates according to the DICOM Part 14 standard,and carries out QC testing in accordance with AAPM TG18/DIN6868/JESRA.

Fine View Technology (FVT) is RealVision’s color management technology, which reportedly enables IT or consumer grade monitors to perform on par with medical imaging monitors.

For more information: www.realvisionsoftware.com

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