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high-resolution

the quality and accuracy of detail presented by a graphics system display, such as on a computer monitor screen or a computer printout. Generally, resolution quality increases as the number of pixels, or image-forming units in the display, increases.
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Displaytech's patented Ferroelectric Liquid Crystal on Silicon (FLCOS) technology enables super-fast light switching at speeds 100 times faster than other liquid crystals, making possible the creation of microdisplays that deliver unsurpassed image resolution, power efficiency and ease of manufacturability.
The new device is the world's first livescan system with an image resolution of 1000 pixels-per-inch (ppi) to be certified by the FBI for passing the very demanding needs of their image quality specification that is required when submitting fingerprint and palm print images to the IAFIS database system.
The principles and potential applications of 128-channel MRI scanning are being evaluated at MGH, with initial findings showing the potential to exceed current standards of image resolution and parallel imaging, with up to a 25-fold increase in speed.
TransitCam Product Manager Luis Rodriguez explains, "A feature-rich software application suite allows agencies to fine-tune video quality by configuring frame rate, image resolution, and file size.
This technology is expected to improve volumetric 4D imaging, broaden the frequency range and increase image resolution, allowing clinicians to examine microscopic detail within conventional and 4D ultrasound images.