Novarad’s OpenSight Augmented Reality System has been named a finalist in the 16th Annual Utah Innovation Awards. OpenSight renders patients’ imaging studies into 3D and presents them in an interactive manner accurately overlaid directly on to the patient’s body. It offers a true, life-size rendering with exact alignment and orientation, valuable for medical education, research and surgery.
The annual Utah Innovation Awards program aims to highlight the cutting-edge and innovative work being done here in Utah and the creative minds behind it. Founded in 2002, the program is organized and hosted by Stoel Rives LLP, a full-service U.S. business law firm, and the Utah Technology Council (UTC).
Nominees in the Utah Innovation Awards program undergo a strict evaluation process by their peers and leaders from Utah’s business and academic communities. This distinct process is unlike any used by other programs in the state and it results in awards that reflect the esteem of leaders within the individual innovation areas. The winners will be announced at the Awards Dinner on April 26th, 2017 which begins at 4:00 PM with the Innovation Showcase.
You may view the full press release, including all finalists, honorable mentions, and early stage innovation recipients, at the Utah Innovation Awards website here.