Healthcare Industry News: endoscope
News Release - March 20, 2007
Visionsense Announces 'The First- and Only- Miniature' 3D Stereoscopic Surgical CameraORANGEBURG, N.Y., March 20 (HSMN NewsFeed) -- Visionsense Corp. announces its new distal "chip-on-a-stick" 3.4 mm 3D stereoscopic camera for Minimal Invasive Surgery (MIS). This unique camera technology provides image quality equivalent to High Definition (HD) as not optically "diffraction limited". It provides the surgeon with real-time "natural" Stereovision, 3D measurements and image fusion ("see-through-tissue") that combines Stereovision with MRI, CT or ultrasound and displays both merged.
Visionsense's 3D stereoscopic camera enables new MIS surgical specialties and procedures that are under served by traditional 2 visualization products, in markets such as: Spine, Neurosurgery, Gynecology, Urology, General Surgery, Micro, Plastic and Orthopedics.
About Visionsense Corp.
Develops customized Miniature Stereoscopic cameras/sensors and algorithms that present digital 3D stereovision and advanced features, which present superior endoscopic/laparoscopic/microscopic viewing for Minimal Invasive Surgery. These miniature, re-useable or disposable, 3D video cameras are attached to the tip of a flexible (or rigid) endoscope or instrument (distal-end camera). Visionsense's business strategy is to exclusively license its technology, application or segment specific, to strategic partners, benefiting a unique competitive advantage.
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