1888 Views 2 Replies Latest reply: Dec 18, 2007 3:22 AM by CodLBi
The medical standard for display calibration meant to inspect radiology photography probably will not be met, an equal white background light for a quick visual scan should be possible with this application, the screen should have a larger diameter than the photo I guess:
Hope it is helpful.
Some-one just attended me that your question was about medical imaging on Apple Displays. I misunderstood the question. Some background information on Apple displays used in radiology can be found here:
A software presentation on viewing and manipulating MRI, CT and PET images can be found here:
The new iMacs are not using a lot of desktop space, mine has only one cable, the power cable.
Possible set-ups for your needs can be found here:
I have a 23" Apple cinema display connected to the 24" iMac, the difference is the iMac has a glossy screen, with the computer inside.