Japanese electronics giant Panasonic unveiled its new 32-inch operating room monitor that comes with 3D capabilities and can display multiple images from different sources at once.
The EJ-MDA32U-K monitor uses Xpol technology to polarize each pixel while a passive circular polarizing glasses helps maintain the stereoscopic effect even if the head is tilted to the right or left.
AdvertisementAnnouncing the launch of the monitor, Scott Thie, Director, Healthcare, Panasonic System Communications Company of North America, said, "The EJ-MDA32U-K helps to improve the surgical experience by having a large screen, HD image that can be clearly viewed by all clinicians, while also providing flexibility that helps to reduce clutter. By allowing up to three images to be displayed on the screen at once - from multiple input sources - and by delivering high quality 3D and 2D HD images, we offer a single device that addresses multiple needs in the surgical suite."
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