DICOM Calibration Software PerfectLum 3.0 Released
QUBYX, a technology contributor to medical imaging and color management industries, has released its medical display calibration software PerfectLum Version 3
PerfectLum 3.0 performs DICOM, CIE L* and Gamma calibration on white and all gray levels, allowing more accurate images and more exact readings for radiology professionals. The software verifies DICOM conformance, checks the white level, luminance level, and display consistency over time, using customized test patterns. Other important features include flexible tasks scheduling, using reminders; detailed reports with graphs, that are stored in automatically backed up history database; calibration of multiple monitors connected to one workstation; free remote control license, allowing to manage multiple workstations or locations from the server.
The new version of PerfectLum allows a much faster and higher-quality calibration along with a user-friendlier interface and more detailed calibration reports, as compared to version 2.0. New features like display consistency check were added. Moreover, version 3.0 is considerably safer, with its automatic database back up, password-protected preferences and LUT security (LUT is applied only after its quality is verified, poor LUT result will not be applied and the display will be set to pre-calibration status). In addition to this, PerfectLum version 3.0 supports more models of displays and measurement devices, than its predecessor. Upgrade from version 2.0 can be done easily, with all history and preferences data transferred to the new version automatically.
"We are very grateful to our customers and partners for providing constant feedback on our products. It is their suggestions that helped us to create the new improved version of PerfectLum," says Marc Leppla, Director and CTO of QUBYX. "We hope this update will ensure even higher performance of medical monitors for our customers."
PerfectLum display calibration software provides confidence in display image quality for radiology professionals and easy full-time quality control for QA technicians. Highly precise images on PerfectLum calibrated displays allow more accurate diagnosis, which is a matter of health care quality for radiologists.
The ability of PerfectLum to set up calibration and monitoring tasks from a central server contributes to considerable time and cost saving. Moreover, professional monitors quality will be maintained throughout their usable life, with PerfectLum making them function much longer. Now clinics do not have to update their displays in the course of time, which allows substantial cost savings. Due to its Windows and Mac compatibility, as well as multiple monitor and sensor models support, PerfectLum version 3.0 can be easily used on almost any medical imaging system, already functioning in a radiology location.
A trial version of QUBYX PerfectLum is available for download at www.perfectlum.com/downloads.
QUBYX is a technology contributor to Medical Imaging and Color Management industries. Since 1996 we have benefited from research, know-how and innovation in digital color technologies, creating accurate and easy-to-use Color Management solutions. Our solutions include Display Management systems, Color Calibration and Verification software for Medical Imaging and Defence Industries use. QUBYX software assures you the quality of your display image always conforms to the highest standards of any industry relying on professional monitors. QUBYX is a privately owned company, headquartered in Nice, France. For more information about QUBYX, visit www.qubyx.com. For more information about PerfectLum software, visit www.perfectlum.com.
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