TeraRecon unveils digital light box

May 15, 2002

San Mateo, CA-based TeraRecon announced at SCAR a new display product called the Personal Digital Light Box. PDLB consists of multiple ultrathin 15-inch LCD panels, each with 3 million pixels, driven by a single PC platform. The light box may be

San Mateo, CA-based TeraRecon announced at SCAR a new display product called the Personal Digital Light Box. PDLB consists of multiple ultrathin 15-inch LCD panels, each with 3 million pixels, driven by a single PC platform. The light box may be configured with two, four, or eight panels, equating to 6 million, 12 million, and 24 million pixels of color resolution respectively. PDLB is the latest display option for the company's AquariusNET 3D enterprise server, which streams 2D and 3D to multiple networked thin client PCs concurrently across the healthcare enterprise.