Planar Announces 16 Megapixel 30-inch Grayscale Display

Posted: Nov 26 2007, 9:05am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:00am CDT, in News | Hardware & Peripherals

Planar Announces 16 Megapixel 30-inch Grayscale Display
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Planar has announced it's latest medical display called the Dome Z16. This 30-inch display is the world’s first 16-megapixel, 30-inch grayscale medical display intended for use in diagnostic medical imaging. That means this is likely to be the display that the radiologists will be drooling over for reading digital X-rays.

The Z10 has 10-bit, high-resolution grayscale glass and the 30-inch size makes it easier to view larger images without the split caused from dual displays. Planar says the display is also ideal for digital mammography.

The large 30-inch screen size allows the viewing of two different mammograms for comparison. "Medical display technologies for mammography demand open architecture with fast application performance and high-contrast image quality," said Jeff Brown, general manager, Professional Solutions, NVIDIA. "By combining NVIDIA Quadro boards with Planar's innovative display technology, the new 10-bit Planar Dome Z16 provides exceptional image quality for the medical community, which can help aid in early detection and potentially save lives."

Via Planar

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