IntraOpVSP displays segmented three-dimensional holograms originally acquired from sources such as CT and MRI using extended reality head-mounted displays such as the Microsoft HoloLensTM 2, all while preserving the actual scale of the anatomical data.
Using intuitive voice and gesture interactions, place or orient patient holographic data in the operating field to visualize with the patient using IntraOpVSP. Perform complex fragment planning for challenging reconstructive surgeries, and utilize three-dimensional patient data to plan cuts or roadmap to difficult structures.
Holographic visualizations can provide intuitive shape and contour information in cases such as trauma reconstruction. Visualize steps in surgical sequences and plan for contingencies during the operation. Use holographic models in the operating room to aid in bending and contouring reconstruction hardware. IntraOpVSP provides high-fidelity data with high-contrast colors and shading optimized for bright operating room lighting.