March 26, 2009 – ContextVision, a software developer for medical imaging manufacturers, launched a new version of its X-ray tuning software, GOPView XR2-T.
The new version of GOPView XR2-T allows for fine adjustment of the image quality in digital X-ray images. XR2-T enables users to set their specific preferences for the post-processing of X-ray images. Feedback from ContextVision’s OEM customers indicated that end users wanted to have more control over tuning. With XR2-T, the images can be tuned to suit the personal preferences of individual customers, whether that is an increased focus on the small details or a decrease in noise and artifacts.
The new GOPView XR2-T features two separate modes, image and feature, which accommodates two primary user groups: imaging experts and radiologists. Manuafacturers can upgrade their hardware with XR2-T, enabling end-users to set their individual tuning preferences to meet the varying demands of clinicians.
For more information: www.contextvision.com