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The Matrox Xenia Pro 1 GB Graphics Display Card from NEC is a graphics card designed for use in computed radiography (CR), digital radiography (DR), and PACS workstations. Featuring a full 1.0 GB of high-speed frame buffer memory, the card has not two but three DVI-I outputs, making it capable of driving three high-resolution displays, minimizing the time required to install, configure and deploy imaging workstations. You can install multiple Xenia boards to support even more displays. Enjoy support for OpenGL 2.0, DirectDraw, DirectX, GDI and MIL-compatible applications for superior performance, scalability and reliability. The card is compatible with numerous NEC displays and works on the Microsoft Windows XP, Vista or 7 OS.
3x DVI-I Outputs
Triple high resolution digital-display output supports Navigation Console at up to 4.0 MP and 2 Displays, each at up to 8.0 MP
Built-in controller displays boot messages on either a fixed frequency or multi-sync monitor
PCI Express x16 bus interface, along with hardware pivot and cursor support, offers a fast and smooth user experience for window / level and cine loops
Supports OpenGL 2.0 scalable 2D and 3D graphics application programming interface (API). Accelerates application development by incorporating a wide array of rendering, texture mapping, special effects, and other powerful visualization functions
Supports DirectX graphics API for superior performance, scalability and reliability. Direct X is a platform for running and displaying applications rich in multimedia elements like full-color graphics, video, 3D animation, and rich audio
API provides support for hardware-accelerated 2-D graphics. Offers quick access to display hardware while maintaining compatibility with Windows graphics device interface (GDI). DirectDraw is a specialized memory manager for system and display device memory, utilizing hardware acceleration where available. With DirectDraw, you are able to allocate and manipulate both system and graphics memory, including transfers between the two
GDI and MIL-Compatible Application Support
Support for applications that work with the Windows graphics device interface (GDI) and Matrox Imaging Library (MIL). Enhanced features available through MIL allow for hardware-accelerated operations, including image cached window / leveling, zoom, and the ability to view 1024 simultaneous shades of gray from 16-bit source images. A 10-bit display and 10-bit viewer are required to view up to 1024 simultaneous shades of gray
DICOM compliant 8/10/13-bit LUT GAMMA ramp correction is supported on all outputs in independent and / or stretched (NT-style) desktop modes, enabling accurate display calibration
Digital Luminance Correction
Allows calibration packages to uniformly calibrate display luminance to industry standards. May not work on all displays
Dynamic Field-of-View Correction
With appropriate 3rd party applications, DFC reduces color and / or grayscale inaccuracies due to different LCD viewing angles. May not work on all displays
Image Color Profiling
Enables 3rd party developers to use hardware-enabled ICP with up to 13-bits, for accurate color rendering of subtle anatomical image structures. May not work on all displays
Programmable Gamma LUTs
Support 8, 10 and 13-bit wide formats for the highest calibration, meeting or exceeding DICOM industry standards across the whole display
Hardware Window IDs and LUTs
With multiple screen regions available, this application can take advantage of hardware-accelerated window and level functionality on a specified region. Support for 9 Hardware Window IDs per display output connector
Compatible with the following displays from NEC: MD212MC, MD213MC, MD213MG, MD205MG-1, MD304MC, MD301C4 and MD215MG-S5
ExtendiGray, 8- and 10-bit color, 8- and 10-bit 1 gray on any output Multiple Hardware Window ID support: 9 per display output connector 8/10/13-bit independent GAMMA LUTs per output for precise DICOM calibration of grayscale and color displays 8/10-bit Hardware LUTs per output