Barco is releasing a new monitor that’s specifically designed for PACS and breast tissue imaging. The Coronis Uniti has a 33″ screen with an impressive 12 megapixels (4,200 x 2,800) of resolution, and features its own graphics processing that can provide both high quality color reproduction and DICOM compatible grayscale images. The display comes with a touchpad that can be used to easily manipulate images and scroll through volumetric scans with a lot of slices.
There are also a few innovative features that we haven’t seen before on other displays. A light on the rear of the monitor softly illuminates the wall behind it, reducing strain on the eye and creating a more pleasant environment to work in. There’s also a light that can illuminate the desktop below the monitor, helping to work with papers while using the display in a darkened room. The Coronis Uniti can also easily turn into a old fashioned light box by turning the screen white and thanks to a film clip located along the top of the monitor.
The Uniti also includes features such as Color Per Pixel Uniformity for less noise and Ambient Light Compensation that corrects the image for the light in the room. There’s also automatic calibration and something called RapidFrame technology that lets you quickly flip through lots of images without degradation in quality.
Product page: Coronis Uniti…