On 16 October 2014, healthcare visualization expert Barco announces the release of Coronis Uniti, the first diagnostic display explicitly designed for both PACS and breast imaging. Lynda Domogalla, Vice President of product marketing for Barco’s Healthcare division, said that with nearly 30 years of experience in healthcare imaging, we understand the radiology market and the challenges the industry is facing today. It’s this experience that led to the development of Coronis Uniti, a diagnostic display system that unifies the workflow for radiologists. Coronis Uniti has a unique representation of calibrated color and grayscales. It is remarkable in its 2D and 3D capabilities and capable of both static and dynamic imaging. It combines PACS and breast images on one workstation, pushes productivity and speeds up reading sessions. Every Coronis Uniti display is calibrated to meet the DICOM standard for grayscales and to guarantee consistent, perceptually linear color so everything that will be seen on the big, 12 MegaPixel screen is sharp and precise. It is designed with ergonomics in mind, mirroring a human’s natural field of vision to optimize your reading experience. It reduces reflection, enhances image sharpness, reduces eye fatigue, Limits head, hand, and eye movements and increases reading comfort. It will help to see more patients per day, simplifies control and management of the display network and leads to major reductions in display cost. Coronis Uniti has technologies that enhance productivity such as RapidFrame to ensure crisp and in focus moving images, touchpad for faster control and smooth image manipulations, Ambient Light Compensation.
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