photoCalibration Software
DOME Imaging Systems, Inc. (Waltham, Mass.) has released its Calibration TQA (total quality assurance) for Windows 95 and NT 4.0 operating systems. Calibration TQA includes a photometer and software, designed to maintain image integrity over time and between monitors. DOME’s new photometer includes three active sensors to optimize for low-light, mid-range and bright conditions. For more information, contact DOME at 781-895-1155, or visit its Web site at

photoGrayscale Monitor
Clinton Electronics Corp. (Loves Park, Ill.) has introduced its DS2000GS teleradiology display to fill the gap between commercial color and 1K line medical displays. The monitor is a 20-inch flat-profile, high-resolution monochrome with full digital control and VGA to 1,280 lines of multisync performance. The DS2000GS automatically re-maps a monitor’s RGB (red, green, blue) signals to a single grayscale command. For more information, contact Clinton at 815-633-1444 or visit its Web site at

photoAutomated Dicom Exchange Station
Sorna Corp. is announcing its FilmX-I, an automated DICOM exchange station. FilmX-I connects to the user’s DICOM network, receives the medical images and burns them onto up to four CD-Rs. The system then prints the organization’s logo, as well as the study information, on silver- or white-coated media with a 1,200 dpi color printer. The CD-R holders allow multiple CD-Rs to be stored in existing film jackets and patient folders. Optional review-quality viewing software can be added, allowing referring physicians to review the images by inserting the CD-R into a Windows-based system. For a free sample CD-R or more information, contact Sorna at 651-452-8289, or via the Web at

photoVision Board for OEMs
Imaging Technology Inc. (Bedford, Mass.) is offering a new version of its PCVision frame grabber. Manufactured as a black laminate board, the new PCVision now supports E-DONPISHA cameras in addition to its list of RS-170, CCIR and non-standard video cameras. PCVision provides four 8-bit analog video inputs that can digitize monochrome images from variable scan cameras. For more information, contact Imaging Technology at 781-275-2700, or visit its Web site at


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