The Radiance is National Display Systems’ (NDS) flagship product for surgical applications. It incorporates display imaging technologies such as Picture-Perfect Technology (PPT), which eliminates jagged edges; Image Lag Reduction Technology (ILR), which delivers lag-free imaging and fast video response (10 – 16 ms); proprietary factory color calibration, which guarantees reliable, consistent and realistic image reproduction; and Remote Functionality Control (RFC). The Radiance offers a high-definition interface (HDTV) featuring high brightness and resolution, exceptional contrast and true color reproduction.
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