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RSNA lowers hall lighting to improve PACS viewing

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RSNA lowers hall lighting to improve PACS viewingA new exhibit hall at McCormick Place in Chicago won't be the only change at this year's Radiological Society of North America meeting. In response to repeated requests from exhibitors over the

RSNA lowers hall lighting to improve PACS viewing

A new exhibit hall at McCormick Place in Chicago won't be the only change at this year's Radiological Society of North America meeting. In response to repeated requests from exhibitors over the last several years, lighting levels will be reduced in both halls to accommodate the proliferation of video displays on the exhibit floor and in scientific presentations, according to the RSNA. In Hall A, also known as the South Building, the lighting level will be 90 foot-candles, down from 130 foot-candles at full lighting. In Hall B, also known as the North Building, lighting will be 70 foot-candles, compared with 110 foot-candles at full lighting.

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