Dome unveils 5-megapixel display

January 17, 2001

Unprecedented resolution appeared on the RSNA exhibit floor as a flat-panel display product, called C5G. Built by Dome Imaging Systems, the product offers 5 million pixels of resolution, a contrast ratio greater than 300:1, and 170 dots per inch. An

Unprecedented resolution appeared on the RSNA exhibit floor as a flat-panel display product, called C5G. Built by Dome Imaging Systems, the product offers 5 million pixels of resolution, a contrast ratio greater than 300:1, and 170 dots per inch. An integrated digital interface board enables fast display updates and controls the set-up, service, calibration, and operation of the flat panel. It also adjusts brightness and contrast. A digital-display board supports both single- and dual-head displays at resolutions up to 2048 x 2560. Demand for such high-performance products could increase as advanced digital imaging technologies such as cone-beam CT scanners and high signal-to-noise MRI systems generate data files with ever greater spatial resolution.