See the latest innovations in virtual reality and augmented reality and discover how immersive experiences are being used across industry like Healthcare, Entertainment, Sports, Agriculture, Manufacturing, Retail and Education.
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With Augmedics, the future of surgery is in sight. The Chicago-based company aims to improve healthcare by augmenting surgery with cutting edge technologies that solve unmet clinical needs and instill technological confidence in the surgical workflow. Its pioneering xvision system, the first augmented reality navigation technology to be used in surgery, allows surgeons to see the patient’s anatomy through skin and tissue as if they have “x-ray vision,” allowing them to more accurately navigate instruments and implants during procedures.
Augmedics’ groundbreaking xvision Spine system (XVS) is the first augmented reality (AR) navigation system to be used in surgery. xvision Spine allows surgeons to visualize their patients’ 3D spinal anatomy during surgery as if they had “x-ray vision,” helping them to accurately navigate instruments and implants while looking directly at the patient, rather than a remote screen.
Augmented reality (AR) is revolutionizing the delivery of healthcare from routine checkups to point-of-care diagnostics to surgical procedures. AccuVein is at the forefront of this revolution.
AccuVein uses projection-based AR. Using a combination of a laser-based scanner, processing system and digital laser projection housed in a portable, handheld device, users can view a virtual real-time image of the underlying vasculature on the surface of the skin.
Neurosurgeons at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center have helped develop a surgical rehearsal simulator that allows for interactive run-throughs of brain surgeries prior to complex procedures -- such as microsurgery for clipping brain aneurysms.
Led by Dr. Warren R. Selman and developed by Cleveland-based Surgical Theater LLC, the Surgical Rehearsal Platform (SRP) uploads and transforms medical images, such as CT and MRI scans, into life-like, dynamic and interactive 3D models SRP enables surgeons to plan and rehearse surgeries by seeing and interacting with an accurate replica of what they would experience when operating on the patient.
The virtual tissues and blood vessels react realistically to actions taken by the surgeon, allowing the surgeon to make critical decisions in a risk-free environment before entering the operating room. The SRP also allows surgeons in different locations to connect virtually, share best practices and jointly perform a virtual surgery in a collaborative surgical theater.
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