The result is accurate, consistent color across all displays, conforming to international standards.

Color Correction Technology calibrates a display so that the colors produced correspond to the BT.709 HDTV color standard, (the global standardized format of HDTV as recommended by The International Telecommunication Union’s radio telecommunications sector (ITU-R)).

The correction can occur in real-time, thereby allowing the display to be reconfigured to satisfy the specific needs of the end user.

NDSsi Surgical Business Unit vice president and general manager Jens Ruppert said subtle differences between screens and varying spec requirements from region to region have made color consistency a challenge until now.

"With the launch of NDSsi’s Color Correction Technology, we are solving this issue pixel-by-pixel, which is a great advantage to both surgeon and patient," Ruppert said.