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Voxel finds new Voxcam vendor

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Holographic display developer Voxel has signed on Kaiser Electro-Optics as a key vendor in its Voxcam imager redesign program. Carlsbad, CA-based KEO, a subsidiary of Kaiser Aerospace & Electronics, has begun design work on the optical subsystem for

Holographic display developer Voxel has signed on Kaiser Electro-Optics as a key vendor in its Voxcam imager redesign program. Carlsbad, CA-based KEO, a subsidiary of Kaiser Aerospace & Electronics, has begun design work on the optical subsystem for the new Voxcam and is expected to begin deliveries in 1999, said Raymond Schulz, director of marketing at Voxel.

The company's dispute with former Voxcam vendor General Scanning is now in the hands of arbitrators (SCAN 12/17/97). Schulz expects a decision to be handed down by the three-judge arbitration panel no later than June.

In other Voxel news, the company's Voxcam unit at the Department of Veteran Affairs Joint Imaging Service at the New Mexico Regional Federal Medical Center is in routine clinical use. The beta unit, the first to be installed by the Laguna Hills, CA-based company, is being used in four to six cases per day, Schulz said.

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