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15 April 1996 Development of a multimedia CD-ROM on telemedicine and teleradiology
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The Department of Defense Telemedicine Test Bed produced a CD-ROM including information on telemedicine, teleradiology and military medical advanced technology projects. The CD-ROM was produced using media from the Telemedicine Test Bed World Wide Web site and academic papers and presentations. Apple Media Tools software was used to produce the interactive program and the authoring was done on a high speed Apple Macintosh Power PC computer. The process took roughly 100 hours to author 50 Mb of data into 200 frames of interactive material. Future versions of the Telemedicine CD-ROM are in progress which will include much more material to take advantage of the 650 Mb available on a compact disk. This paper graphically depicts and explains the authoring process.
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Mark T. Schnur, Morgan P. Williamson, Fred Goeringer, Paul Zimnik, Reid Linn, Charles T. Suitor, Mitra Alipour Rocca, and Thomas Strother "Development of a multimedia CD-ROM on telemedicine and teleradiology", Proc. SPIE 2707, Medical Imaging 1996: Image Display, (15 April 1996); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.238497
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