NDS unveils new Dome displays at RSNA show
Article Thumbnail ImageDecember 1, 2008 -- Display firm NDS Surgical Imaging unveiled two additions to its Dome line of displays at this week's RSNA conference in Chicago.
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The Dome Z10 is a 30-inch, 10-megapixel grayscale display intended for use with all imaging modalities, but with a focus on mammography with side-by-side digital study comparisons. The Dome E3c High-Bright (E3cHB) 3-megapixel high-bright color display intended for use with color ultrasound, CT, MRI, computer-aided detection, and PET/CT fused images.

Both displays feature an open architecture design and are compatible with the new Dome Dashboard 2.0 software, a console application for centrally managing, controlling, and reporting on the displays. They also come with a new version of Dome CXtra software, which monitors, controls, and automatically adjusts DICOM calibration of the display to the desired luminance across all gray levels, according to the Jose, CA-based company.

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