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Augmented Reality Navigation System nextLENS
Surgical navigation systems are an integral part of computer-assisted surgery. It allows surgeons to accurately navigate surgical instruments during the procedure in the patient.
A concept of intraoperative surgical augmented reality navigation software like a "GPS for surgery" has been developed, which allows surgeons to determine the real-time position of instruments in MRI-CT images.
The surgeon wears AR data goggles programmed with NextLENS software. This automatically calibrates the patient's face using specific landmarks and overlays the 3D model created based on the previously acquired CT or MRI images. The position of the instrument is displayed in real time on the surgeon's data glasses. This enables precise work and saves both space in the operating room and up to 90% of costs compared to conventional devices.
Advantages with nextLENS
- Navigational applications with data glasses – nextLENS
- Real-time position of surgical instrument in 2D CT/MRI slices
- Combination with endoscopes possible - display of virtual structures in endoscopic image
- Low investment and maintenance costs
- Minimal space in OR
- Fast Handling