3-D vision system teaches ophthalmic microsurgery

TrueVision Systems introduces the TrueVision Microsurgery Teaching System, a 3-D vision system for microscopes that frees users from looking through eyepieces. The system has been utilized successfully for both teaching microsurgery and surgical procedures, including cataract surgery, where surgeons and assistants never looked into eyepieces.

TrueVision Systems introduces the TrueVision Microsurgery Teaching System, a 3-D vision system for microscopes that frees users from looking through eyepieces. The system has been utilized successfully for both teaching microsurgery and surgical procedures, including cataract surgery, where surgeons and assistants never looked into eyepieces.

The system is an ideal teaching and collaboration tool for ophthalmology and other disciplines where a microscope is used allowing everyone to see the same image as if they were looking into the microscope. The optical 3-D image viewed through the microscope is converted to a 3-D high-definition digital image that is displayed on a projection screen in real-time transforming stereomicroscopes into more ergonomic and collaborative devices.

The device features modern digital imaging capabilities allowing users to integrate 3-D images from the microscope with other medical digital image sources such as surgical planning, CT, and MRI data.

For more information, visit TrueVision at Booth 4563.