The increasing digitization of medical technology has led to new approaches and solutions, many of them requiring video projection. Large screen projection of high resolution X-ray images, live broadcasting of surgery into lecture halls, simulators for neurological diagnosis and the like, are just a few of many examples in the digital evolution in the medical sciences sector.
Screen Goo is deeply involved and used widely in such projects all over the world. Screen Goo is also widely used for simulators in the training of civilian and military pilots or in shipping/vessel simulators.
Our photos below show such a simulator for the study of neurological processes with a curved projection screen, coated with Screen Goo Max Contrast, and manufactured by Motek Medical, located in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. This particular simulator is in use at the prestigious Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, DC.
In Germany, our long standing trade partner Larivière Medical has specialized on systems for the display of X-rays. Screen Goo has been endorsed by GE Medical and is often specified for its excellent contrast and gradation properties.