View key anatomical structures like never before. The Mixed Reality Viewer1 is a technology that works in tandem with Brainlab Elements to produce hyper-realistic 3D patient data. For craniofacial surgeries, the Mixed Reality Viewer can clearly display bony structures in an immersive environment while anatomical structures and implants important to procedures can be added selectively.
Enhanced reconstruction planning review and visualization in 3D
Accessible, hands-on medical education
Immersive patient consultation
“For me, the Mixed Reality Viewer is a game changer in teaching anatomy to our students.”
Alexander Bartella, MD Universitätsklinikum Leipzig, Germany
“This technology will elevate tumor board meetings to the next level. Especially for preoperative planning of skull base tumors, mixed reality views with all relevant anatomical structures give us the ability to interactively discuss with different departments. Working with neurosurgery, ENT and radiotherapy allows us to take a combined approach.”
Bradley Strong, MD UC Davis Health, US
“I see the Mixed Reality Viewer as a major innovation in patient education for head and neck oncology, craniomaxillofacial reconstructive surgery and traumatology.”
Prof. Bernd Lethaus, MD Universitätsklinikum Leipzig, Germany
Explore the technical features of
mixed reality for CMF cases
Leverage the potential of mixed reality and view the spatial relationships between bone, tumor and implant in 3D for craniomaxillofacial trauma fractures and tumor cases.
Mixed Reality Viewer
for trauma/facial reconstructive surgery
- Dive inside patient-specific anatomy and gain deeper insights into the spatial relationships between bone, implant and critical structures in hyper-realistic 3D view.
- Walk through your planned reconstruction to review facial symmetry outcomes and implant positioning before surgery.
- Analyze the various segments of the skull to find the boundaries of bony anatomy.
- Benefit from having the 3D model planning data available on a navigation system intraoperatively.
Mixed Reality Viewer
for tumor resection
- Overlay and scroll through 2D data on the 3D model to view the risk structures from any angle for increased awareness of the anatomical spatial surroundings and utilize the extended views to evaluate your preplanned surgical approach.
- Analyze the boundary of where the tumor meets the bony and vascular anatomy or any other critical structure.
Expand your perspective
with the Mixed Reality Viewer
With a single click and a glance, your room is digitized for spatial computing. Images are transferred from the Elements Viewer software on screen into the room in front of you with the help of the Magic Leap spatial computing platform.
Start with a click
A single click on the Elements Viewer software opens up the world of mixed reality and a new, immersive way to understand patient data.
Customizable hardware features
Cameras in the Magic Leap 2 scan and map the room, allowing 3D models and 2D slices to be displayed according to the surgeon’s preference.
Assess, interact, learn
The virtual pointer makes it easy to interact with and highlight the image data and anatomical structures.
Easy integration into unique
Learn more about mixed reality in healthcare
Not yet commercially available in several countries. Please contact your sales representative.