As a gynecologist, Radovan Marek often examines images of fetuses in detail. “I needed to transfer fetal explorations from an ultrasound machine of the highest quality to a computer to examine them,” he explains.
Marek chose a predecessor of Epiphan’s DVI2USB 3.0 USB video grabber (DVI2USB Solo) to provide him with high-resolution ultrasound video capture – but only after trying less effective solutions. “I had tried a VGA frame grabber PCI card but it was a horrible waste of money,” he reports.
He chose the Epiphan video grabber for its “versatility, USB interface, and again versatility.” The Epiphan product is an external device that does not require any software or hardware to be installed on either the ultrasound machine or the doctor’s computer.
Marek notes that he stores the captured explorations in his computer where he is able to examine them in detail and “in the highest distinction.”