Being developed in Radboud University Medical Center (Nijmegen, the Netherlands), the Anatomy Projector is capable of projecting relevant anatomical information and functional data directly onto the patient’s skin or underlying structures independent of device’s orientation – without head-mounted devices. First operational use-case are (being) validated in various clinical studies. The current prototype is not yet CE-marked but has the potential to transform reconstructive surgery as we know it.
No wearables. Anatomical information for all to see, bringing surgery into the future.
Place four black and white markers, aim the projector at the patient. The projection appears automatically and is always aligned, regardless movement of patient or operator.
Direct feedback from the clinic provides input for continuous improvements. More features added monthly.
Create a 3D planning from patient's CTA or MRA scan
Select the patient using the Anatomy Projector's touchscreen
Place four black and white stickers onto anatomical landmarks
Aim the projector. The projection is shown and aligned automatically.
The projected 3D planning of vascular anatomy.
Optional: Trace the projected vascular anatomy with a marker pen.
The traced projected vascular anatomy.
We are open to join efforts with go-to-market partners. Various collaboration options available. Let's shape the future of healthcare together.
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