Life is Multidimensional
Every day surgeons have to imagine how two dimensional images of anatomy on monitors would look and function in real life. But life isn’t 2D. It’s complex and multidimensional. Mixed reality takes the imagination out of experiencing patient data and makes it more real than ever before.
With the help of head-mounted displays, mixed reality inserts photorealistic 3D objects into the room. Surgeons no longer have to imagine patient anatomy, they can actually reach out and interact with it.
Together with mixed reality innovator Magic Leap, we are changing the way clinicians see patient data—from flat screens to larger-than-life 3D images. With our Image Viewer, we’re deepening perspectives to help surgeons, medical students and patients thrive.
View with Magic Leap One
This head-mounted display weighs just 325 g (under 11.5 ounces) and gives a new perspective on patient data.
At just 452 g, the engine of this system clips onto your pocket and provides up to 3 hours of continuous viewing power.
The palm-sized wireless controller puts the ability to precisely move objects or scroll through anatomical layers in your hand.
Mixed Reality Check
1. Scan the QR code with your smartphone, or type the URL into your mobile browser: brainlab.com/mrcheck
2. Click the button below and point your phone at the image that appears to check into the world of Mixed Reality.
Add Your Perspective
You can help Mixed Reality evolve by joining the Brainlab Mixed Reality Development Framework. Create third party spatial computing applications for surgery, radiotherapy, and other medical interventions. Build on a spatial computing development ecosystem that supports management, visualization, augmentation and navigation of diagnostic imaging data.
See for Yourself
The only way to truly grasp how Mixed Reality will fundamentally change the way we see patient data is to experience it yourself.
Right now Brainlab is bringing mixed reality viewing to surgeons’ offices, consultation and classrooms – but this is only the beginning.