Following the release of survey results that listed among radiologists’ top concerns increasing imaging volumes, study complexity, and ergonomics, Barco has debuted a new monitor designed for both PACS and breast imaging. The Coronis Uniti supports calibrated color and grayscale, 2D and 3D, and static as well as dynamic images, enabling physicians to avoid multi-display set-ups or having to transfer to different workstations.

“With advances in image quality, productivity, and ergonomics, Barco is convinced that the Coronis Uniti display system will change the radiology reading room,” says Lynda Domogalla, vice president of product marketing for Barco’s healthcare division. “By simplifying and standardizing the image reading technology platform, it becomes easier to manage and control the entire display network. Furthermore, by replacing the multiple-head display setup, Coronis Uniti offers unique opportunities to reduce display cost, real estate, and operational expenditure. In short, this is a one-time investment that will last a lifetime.”

With a 12MP color screen, the monitor includes SteadyColor calibration technology and features such as Color Per Pixel Uniformity to reduce screen noise and Ambient Light Compensation to ensure image quality in any lighting environment. MediCal QAWeb software provides automated calibration and quality assurance. The ergonomically designed display mirrors a person’s natural field of vision, minimizing the need for head and eye movements. A SoftGlow creates ambient light for the reading room, and a SoftGlow task light illuminates papers and film folders.

For more information, visit Barco.