Espresso Ray

Developer: Verto Studio LLC

Current Version: 1.1

Last Updated: 3 years ago

Download Size: 6.8 MB - Download

Description:

A low-fat, to the point, DICOM viewer and converter.

Espresso Ray is a viewer and batch converter for DICOM images. It supports 3D volumetric and 2D formats. It also supports both grayscale and color DICOM images of any size. Unlike complicated bloated medical software, Espresso Ray exists to be as simplistic and to-the-point as possible for viewing and converting DICOM images. If you need to convert a set of dicom images to PNG or JPEG format, Espresso Ray will do it!

These days, medical software tends to be bloated, overcomplicated and not very easy to use. But what about those of us who are not medical professionals? It seems as if traditional medical viewers missed the memo: Mac software should be simple, easy, and shouldn't require any training to use. Apply that concept to a DICOM file viewer, and Espresso Ray is the result.

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Release Notes:

- Fixed an issue where you could not open DCM files that had no file extension
- Added a welcome screen
- other bug fixes

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 1.1
Review by Roget Jean

Espresso Ray - I found the application to function correctly, when dicom files were specified. Espresso Ray opened them, no problem. My initial problem was the zip file I was trying to download was not complete and became CPGZ file, which when double clicked became a zip file, which when double clicked became a cpgz file; etc. Information online suggested trying a different browser. I had tried to download with CHROME first. Bad DATA, then I used SAFARI. I didn't seem to see any result, so I went to eat. When I returned there was my files in a new folder titled -0-. It's only four bucks.

Found helpful by 4 out of 4 people
1/5
Version 1.1
Review by Mike Crittenden

Expresso Ray - Do not buy. I want a refund too!! Needed dicom viewer to review echocardiograms. Did not work at all. Had to find another software solution via CNET.

Found helpful by 4 out of 6 people

More Reviews for Current Version

5/5
Version 1.1
Review by Roget Jean

Espresso Ray - I found the application to function correctly, when dicom files were specified. Espresso Ray opened them, no problem. My initial problem was the zip file I was trying to download was not complete and became CPGZ file, which when double clicked became a zip file, which when double clicked became a cpgz file; etc. Information online suggested trying a different browser. I had tried to download with CHROME first. Bad DATA, then I used SAFARI. I didn't seem to see any result, so I went to eat. When I returned there was my files in a new folder titled -0-. It's only four bucks.

Found helpful by 4 out of 4 people
5/5
Version 1.1
Review by Ninzzzzz

Great, easy to use app - If your trying to view an x-ray from a disk you got from your doc, this is the app you want. It’s easy to use and gets the job done flawlessly. I had a hell of a time trying to find an app that I didnt have to pay for just to view the dicom files until I found this. Couldn’t be more simple- pick the file you want to view and the photo pops up. You can also do “batch” which allows you do convert multiple files at the same time. I got the free version but from what I’ve seen, the upgrade is worth the money.

Found helpful by 4 out of 4 people
1/5
Version 1.1
Review by phxdaddy

does not work - worse yet - does not come with any instructions - i actually work in healthcare i.t. so i kinda know a think or two about these files….do not buy this product

Found helpful by 3 out of 5 people
4/5
Version 1.1
Review by Schnikelfritz

Didn’t work with OpalViewerLite - Did work with eFilmLite - I had X-rays on a CD that I wanted to copy for another physician. The root folder on the CD showed OpalViewerLite.exe, a unix file named DICOMDIR and then a numbered folder with three other unix files. I’m assuming those are the images themselves. This app was unable to open any of those files. I had another CD with CAT scan images from a different provider. This CD showed and Autorun.inf file, a DICOM fokder, a DICOMDIR unix file, and an eFilmLite folder on the main drive. There were several nested folders and unix images inside the DICOM folder. This app was able to quickly and easily open those and export to JPG files that I can save. So that worked really well for this CD.

Found helpful by 3 out of 3 people
4/5
Version 1.1
Review by imikey_reboot

View and converter worked great - Got a CD from the doctor containing a DICOM directory with files that had no extension. I was able to open them and once I was satisfied that I had found the correct files, I batch converted the files in that directory to PNG (JPG was also a choice). Converted files look fine. I put 4 stars instead of 5 because I thought the "Select a task" screen was a little un-mac-like.

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people
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