Mercury shows new private-label volume rendering, 3D for PACS
Mercury Computer Systems showcased new volume rendering and 3D visualization for PACS vendors last week at the Society for Computer Applications in Radiology (SCAR) Annual Meeting in Orlando, Fla.

The Mercury ExamineRT Server/Thin Client provides full workstation capabilities on thin clients within existing PACS frameworks anywhere in the hospital enterprise. Enabling a dramatic increase in 3D workflow speed, the ExamineRT Server/Thin Client also reduces development costs as well as time to market for PACS OEMs, the company said.

The ExamineRT Server/Thin Client provides full volume rendering and 3D workstation capabilities on thin clients anywhere in the hospital enterprise, enabling them to act as fully functional medical workstations. All medical image data processing and visualization is performed on the server, and the output, or screens, are streamed to the thin client via a standard network connection.

Mercury's end-to-end imaging solutions empower today's PACS system designers, with turnkey applications, embedded software and hardware components, and professional services that include integration, consulting, and training. Mercury's products can be customized to OEM requirements, including branding and custom user interfaces, for a flawless fit to the "look and feel" of the PACS framework.