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SmartLight to show new film viewer

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This Israeli developer of computer-controlled light boxes will debut a new line of motorized film viewers (Hall A, #1762). SmartLight's new Archive Wizard film-viewer technology uses a motorized film transport system to categorize, retrieve, and display

This Israeli developer of computer-controlled light boxes will debut a new line of motorized film viewers (Hall A, #1762). SmartLight's new Archive Wizard film-viewer technology uses a motorized film transport system to categorize, retrieve, and display x-ray films. Using a mechanical design devised in Sweden, the system holds up to 320 14 x 17 films and can be programmed to display films in several different modes.

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