Novarad Corporation, a leading firm in medical imaging software, revealed today the introduction of its augmented reality software for higher education, which will be reachable at an extensively condensed cost to educational institutions.It allows you to operate the hologram using one of a variety of unique, straightforward, and easy-to-remember voice commands for rotating, zooming, modifying the contrast and brightness value, and revealing various anatomical components, as well as pre-set values for showing bone, soft tissue, and organs.
Novarad developed OpenSight to transform patient studies into 3D virtual space and show them in an interactive way correctly overlay right onto the patient’s body, and it is now providing an exclusive version for educational facilities. The system employs a number of cutting-edge technologies, including virtual tools, sophisticated segmentation and rendering, 3D imaging, and 3D annotation technologies.
OpenSight has been used to improve the quality of training for dentists, surgeons, and other health professionals at educational institutions such as McGill University. OpenSight for Education is now less expensive for educational applications.