ViewIQ - Radiology Display Calibration
Display Calibration Software for Consistent Optimal Image Appearance
Take control of your radiology monitor calibration quickly and easily.
Discover professional radiology display calibration software that’s simple to use, accurate and comprehensive all in the same package. Whether setting up a home reporting workstation or a comprehensive radiology service, we have you covered.
A Very Simple Test
The phrase A Very Simple Test is written with letters of reducing contrast over backgrounds increasing from black to white. If you can’t read each copy of the phrase equally well, then consider what you might also be missing from your clinical images. ViewIQ can help improve this.
*Dim room lighting to radiology reading room level for true test.
In a Nutshell
To maintain consistent optimal diagnostic accuracy across radiology, medical images need to be displayed consistently and optimally across radiology.
This can be achieved by the application of professional radiology standards. These standards define the display grayscale characteristics and the specifics for room lighting, display black and white levels and pixel size and screen dimensions. When applied across all equipment in the fleet from acquisition monitors to radiologists displays, consistent optimal appearance can be achieved.
X-Rite 1iDisplay PRO (1D3 OEM)
i1Display Pro Measurement Optics
|Number of Channels||3 filter design|
|Measurement area (in contact)||42mm diameter circle|
|Acceptance angle||+/- 5 degress (at half max)|
|Luminance Measurement Range||0.1 cd/m2 to 2,000 cd/m2|
|Minimum measurment integration time||0.1 sec/measurement @ 100 cd/m2|
|Maximum measurement integration time||6 sec/measurment @ 0.1 cd/m2|
|Effective measurment Primaries||CIE Standard (1931) Observer|
|Ambient measurment angle||160 degress cosine response|
|Ambient illuminance measurment range||0.5 lm/m2 to 5000 lm/m2|
i1Display Pro Measurement Performance
|Colour Accuracy||+/-0.004 x, y @ 100 cd/m2|
|Luminance Accuracy||+/- 4.0% @ 100 cd/m2|
|Color Short Term repeatability||+/- 0.001 x, y @ 100 cd/m2|
|Luminance Short-Term repeatability||+/- 1.0% @ 100 cd/m2|