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What is Mixed Reality (MR) ?

Mixed Reality (MR) amalgamates elements of the real and virtual worlds and allows for interactivity between physical and digital objects using hand gestures. This exciting technology has a wide range of medical applications and has made amazing contributions to healthcare. It has empowered medical training and is revolutionizing medical and surgical practice like never before. For the first time surgeons can really see a tumor before they even touch a scalpel. The HoloLens enables surgeons to meticulously plan the surgery, see adjacent structures and perform the procedure with the most information about the tumor and the most benefit to the patient. We specialize in bringing the capabilities of MR to reimagine medical communication.

Microsoft HoloLens 2

Microsoft HoloLens 2, the successor to the first-generation Microsoft HoloLens, is a full-color, stereoscopic, MR-based smart glasses device that provides an enriched immersive experience and intuitive interaction with digital objects using natural hand gestures and movements. In a significant step-up from the previous version, the HoloLens 2 is an ergonomically designed, business-friendly device with improved holographic stability, hardware-accelerated workloads (fully articulated gesture tracking, ambient environment sensing, and more), and faster processing capabilities.

As part of the constant endeavor to turn audacious ideas into pathbreaking solutions, we utilized the capabilities of the HoloLens2 and 3D image capture to develop the world’s first holographic cadaver in HoloLens Facial Anatomy application for HoloLens2. The versatility of the experience with the HoloLens 2, holds immense promise for application in several ways for medical communication.

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Microsoft HoloLens 2

Microsoft HoloLens 2, the successor to the first-generation Microsoft HoloLens, is a full-color, stereoscopic, MR-based smart glasses device that provides an enriched immersive experience and intuitive interaction with digital objects using natural hand gestures and movements. In a significant step-up from the previous version, the HoloLens 2 is an ergonomically designed, business-friendly device with improved holographic stability, hardware-accelerated workloads (fully articulated gesture tracking, ambient environment sensing, and more), and faster processing capabilities.

As part of the constant endeavor to turn audacious ideas into pathbreaking solutions, we utilized the capabilities of the HoloLens2 and 3D image capture to develop the world’s first holographic cadaver in HoloLens Facial Anatomy application for HoloLens2. The versatility of the experience with the HoloLens 2, holds immense promise for application in several ways for medical communication.

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Microsoft HoloLens 2

Microsoft HoloLens 2, the successor to the first-generation Microsoft HoloLens, is a full-color, stereoscopic, MR-based smart glasses device that provides an enriched immersive experience and intuitive interaction with digital objects using natural hand gestures and movements. In a significant step-up from the previous version, the HoloLens 2 is an ergonomically designed, business-friendly device with improved holographic stability, hardware-accelerated workloads (fully articulated gesture tracking, ambient environment sensing, and more), and faster processing capabilities.

As part of the constant endeavor to turn audacious ideas into pathbreaking solutions, we utilized the capabilities of the HoloLens2 and 3D image capture to develop the world’s first holographic cadaver in HoloLens Facial Anatomy application for HoloLens2. The versatility of the experience with the HoloLens 2, holds immense promise for application in several ways for medical communication.

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The HoloLens Cadaveric Facial Anatomy app

The HoloLens Cadaveric Facial Anatomy app is the world’s first holographic 3D cadaver anatomy app that makes learning facial anatomy with cadaveric dissection possible outside anatomy labs. In the process it also retains the characteristics of learning with dissection that make it so reliable– like hands-on learning, 3D structures, and real tissue. The app features an interactive, hyper-realistic 3D cadaver, wherein physicians can peel away the layers and view labels anchored on the key anatomical landmarks.

Simulating the experience of a hands-on cadaveric dissection virtually while preserving the authenticity and scientific gravitas of the process is now possible with the HoloLens Cadaveric Facial Anatomy app, which is a revolution-in-the-making in the world of medical education.