ChromaCal will be presented at the upcoming United States & Canadian Academy of Pathology (USCAP) annual meeting, March 2-5, in San Diego, CA (USA).
"With the assortment of microscope equipment and image capture/processing software available today, scientists are faced with an ever-expanding challenge of achieving color consistency of digital images," said Albert Busch, President and CEO for Datacolor. "To date, there has been no standardized solution to address this need. With ChromaCal, we developed a reliable, easy-to-use, and integrated system for achieving digital color integrity in brightfield microscopy."
For further information on Datacolor ChromaCal, visit: www.datacolor.com/chromacal-pr.