Welcome to a new frontier in medicine. Augmented reality (AR) is the future of surgical planning, and eventually, operation. Novarad has utilized the cutting-edge technology of Microsoft’s Augmented Reality goggles, the HoloLens to develop a new age imaging product that renders patients’ imaging studies into 3D and presents them in an interactive manner giving radiologist, physicians, surgeons and other clinicians the incredible ability to interact with the imaging data as well as see this data displayed, anatomically correct, on the patient. This step forward in imaging technology brings studies out of the dark room and into operating rooms, pre-op planning and into doctor’s offices.
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SEE IT IN ACTION
Automatic Image Registration
No need to manually place patient images -- we'll do that for you, even if the patient moves.
Patented Virtual Tools
Includes the Virtual Needle, Virtual Incision, and Virtual Alignment Tags.
Your data is encrypted both in motion and at rest; never stored on your AR device.
Automatic Auditing & Logging
Keeps and maintains a record of actions performed on studies when and by whom.
Includes Novarad's Brain Atlas, auto-scalp removal, vessel identification, 4D animation for CT, MR and more.
Real Images in
OpenSight registers actual patient images, not exported 3D shells like other market solutions.
The Opensight system significantly improves my precision in the
Babak Sarani, MD
George Washington University Hospital
OpenSight can increase the safety and the efficacy of surgical procedures.
Jang W. Yoon, MD, MSc
University of Miami
3D-Imaging & Augmented Reality
The Novarad® Opensight® augmented reality system is a unique pre-surgical planning solution built on years of advanced imaging experience.
It's Not Virtual Reality;
It's Augmented Reality
Unlike virtual reality planning, OpenSight utilizes the Microsoft HoloLens® headset, which enables clinicians to see 3D patient images in augmented reality while concurrently viewing the patient.
Augmented reality also allows physicians to see real-world surroundings at the same time, avoiding the disorientation that comes with virtual reality.