The Mixed Reality Viewer from Brainlab deepens insights into patient anatomy.
The Mixed Reality Viewer from Brainlab Deepens Insights into Patient Anatomy
With a head-mounted display, this software frees patient data from the 2D screen and brings it into the room. Surgeons can move around and interact with medical data as never before. Since it easily integrates into the Brainlab environment, existing users can simply and cost-effectively see their patients from a whole new perspective.
Change your position to change your perspective.
Walk around and dive inside the patient’s anatomy in hyper-realistic 3D to review images prior to surgery, medical education and patient consultation.
Collaboration that goes beyond the limits of physical space.
Collaborate and discuss cases with colleagues: Everyone wearing a head-mounted display sees and experiences the same data, even remotely within the hospital network.
Organize and move data like in a blockbuster film.
In Mixed Reality, the size and scale of your data isn’t limited by the inches of your screen. Built-in sensors scan the room to map its dimensions and objects and create a virtual viewing space.
Make Mixed Your Reality
Dive into all the advanced features of Elements Viewer 3D and Smart Anatomy Views. With these unlimited perspectives, users can gain a deeper understanding of case-specific anatomy to help review images prior to surgery.
Enable patients to better understand their diagnosis and the surgical approach by showing them their own anatomy and the procedural plan in 3D. Facilitate shared decision-making with patients and family members in Mixed Reality.
Teaching & Training
Mixed reality is the future of medical education. Students can learn about and discuss anatomy, pathologies and treatment approaches in hyper-realistic 3D from the safety of the classroom.
A Dream Becomes Reality
Mixed reality in the hospital is a dream for some. For us, it’s a reality. While others are still in the prototype phase, our Mixed Reality Viewer is ready to make your visualization dreams come true.
Explore 3D Views
“Reviewing cases, especially complex ones, as we prepare for surgery with Mixed Reality Views gives us new insights to further support our treatment decision-making. In addition, this three dimensional pre-surgical planning tool is all about bringing neurosurgery forward and helping the next generation of surgeons become even better.”
“I see the Mixed Reality Viewer as a major innovation in patient education for head and neck oncology, Cranio-Maxillo-Facial reconstructive surgery and traumatology.”
“This technology will elevate tumor board meetings to the next level. Especially for pre-operative planning of skull base tumors, Mixed Reality Views with all relevant anatomical structures give us the opportunity to interactively discuss with different departments. Working with neurosurgery, ENT and radiotherapy allows us to take a combined approach.”
“Pre-operative planning with the Mixed Reality Viewer on Magic Leap will give us the ultimate view in virtual reconstruction from standard orbital implants to complex mid-facial fractures. A final check of the implant and all close-by structure will help surgeons to ensure the best possible patient treatment.”
“For me, the Mixed Reality Viewer is a game changer in teaching anatomy to our students.”
“The Brainlab Mixed Reality Viewer is a revolutionary tool to help students understand the complex nasal anatomy and different surgical approaches to the paranasal sinuses. Further is a creative innovation that can help patients understand their upcoming treatment.”
Giving Mixed Reality a Platform
Magic Leap One is the MR platform that makes experiencing Brainlab software visualizations in hyper-realistic 3D a reality. Its lightweight head-mounted display, wearable computer and controller connect you to meaningful interactions with patient data. Exclusively partnering with Magic Leap lets us provide you with the latest mixed reality technology used in the most advanced gaming applications.*
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.
*The Mixed Reality Viewer function can be used in the EU within the intended use. FDA release for the US is pending.