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Vidar unveils digitizer module

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Vidar unveils digitizer moduleX-ray film digitizer firm Vidar Systems of Herndon, VA, has released a 32-bit Twain module for Windows 95 and NT 4.x-based personal computers. The module is an interface that allows users to operate the company's

Vidar unveils digitizer module

X-ray film digitizer firm Vidar Systems of Herndon, VA, has released a 32-bit Twain module for Windows 95 and NT 4.x-based personal computers. The module is an interface that allows users to operate the company's VXR line of digitizers and it enables users to save scanned images into DICOM, BMP, and TIFF formats. It will be packaged as a standard accessory with VXR digitizers.

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