Based on what? What is the "positive effect"? Another sheep with nothing to say but nonsense + generic statements.
Now here's a fact for you:
Dean is now at RSNA for the 8TH YEAR IN A ROW WITHOUT FDA APPROVAL. At least in 2009, the 510k was actually in the hands of the FDA, so you could argue that he MIGHT get Approval during that time + he could use that as a selling point at the conference. Right now, the 510k is sitting in his office in Burbank. There is 0% chance of Approval this week. There is NOTHING to hype or pump this week.
The same companies are at RSNA every year. They've seen IMGG for 8 YEARS IN A ROW, with the same empty-shell model and the same excuses about why they still don't have FDA Approval. Toshiba + GE have already seen the DViS in "100% working action" over 3+ years ago. If they saw it in "100% working action" as Dean said they did, AND signed non-disclosure agreements, AND thought the technology was "revolutionary", they would have at least invested some money in the company or bought them outright. To this day, not ONE SINGLE PENNY invested in IMGG's "revolutionary" technology. Why? Because the DViS is NOT "revolutionary".