Spyder4 Integrated in QUBYX PerfectLum Calibration and Verification Software

Nice, France (PressExposure) April 10, 2012 -- QUBYX Limited has announced that their DICOM calibration and qualityssurance software PerfectLum 3.0, developed specifically for medical imaging industry, now supports the new enhanced model of Spyder, one of the most commercially successful colorimeters in the calibration market.

"We believe that the new Spyder4 in combination with PerfectLum software will provide a critical tool to the medical imaging industry," says Marc Leppla, Director of QUBYX. "The enhanced fourth-generation Spyder with the new improved version 3.0 of PerfectLum will be able to calibrate any consumer display to the level of accuracy and quality our customers are expecting."

Spyder4 is a patented, full-spectrum 7-color consumer sensor from DataColor, using edge detection to provide sensitive and accurate color response. The fourth-generation Spyder improvements include double-shielded filters, which, according to DataColor, are expected to provide more long-term stability and improve meter accuracy by 26% compared to the Spyder3.

PerfectLum software is designed to calibrate and verify the displays, utilized in medical imaging industry. PerfectLum is capable of performing DICOM, Gamma and CIE L calibrations, as well as acceptance and constancy tests for such medical industry standards as AAPM TG18, DIN 6868-57, JESRA X-0093 and IEC 62563-1.

The fourth-generation Spyder is an even more reliable and accurate calibration tool than its predecessor, but not less affordable. With PerfectLum supporting Spyder4, this consumer sensor can be utilized in professional medical imaging industry to run a full range of calibration and quality control operations, necessary to maintain the quality of diagnostic monitors. Enhancing the performance of any display, PerfectLum and Spyder4 will allow radiology practitioners to utilize cheaper consumer ones without having to compromise quality. The combination of PerfectLum 3.0 with quality commercial displays will enable hospitals to make substantial cost savings as compared to traditional medical displays.

About QUBYX

QUBYX is a technology contributor to medical imaging and color management industries. QUBYX solutions include display management systems, color calibration and verification software for medical imaging and defence industries use. QUBYX software ensures that the quality of display image always conforms to the highest standards of any industry relying on professional monitors. QUBYX Software Technologies Limited is a privately owned company, based in Nice, France. For more information about QUBYX, visit http://www.qubyx.com. A trial version of PerfectLum software is available here http://www.perfectlum.com/downloads

About DataColor

Founded in 1970 with operational headquarters in Lawrenceville, NJ, USA, the company supplies more than 35 years in color management and color science technology. DataColor's line of digital imaging products has become the most recognizable and honored color calibration brand in the world. DataColor has created a whole portfolio of digital imaging innovations for graphic designers, creative professionals and professional photographers. A Swiss-held company, DataColor's strong worldwide presence encompasses global manufacturing and operational facilities with an international strategic network of sales and support offices. To read more about DataColor please visit http://www.datacolor.com

Media Contacts: For further details and interview, please contact : Mr. Marc Leppla, QUBYX Ltd., 80, rue Marechal Joffre, 06000 Nice, France, tel. +33 (0)4 97 03 23 00, fax +33 (0)955 880 096, info@qubyx.com, http://www.qubyx.com Spyder4 Integrated in QUBYX PerfectLum Calibration and Verification Software

About QUBYX Ltd..

Contact:
Mr. Marc Leppla
QUBYX Ltd.
80, rue Marechal Joffre
06000 Nice, France
33 (0)4 97 03 23 00
info@qubyx.com
http://www.qubyx.com

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Press Release Submitted On: April 10, 2012 at 7:23 am
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