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3D Microscope (new)
Ultra Light 3D Digital Surgical Microscope Platform

Most of the apparatus used in microsurgery belong to the direct-view binocular microscope architecture. The traditional way that a doctor conducts clinical visual inspection using an optical microscope has the Read More

3D Microscope (new)
Most of the apparatus used in microsurgery belong to the direct-view binocular microscope architecture. The traditional way that a doctor conducts clinical visual inspection using an optical microscope has the advantage of its being very mature. However, it has the disadvantage of being bulky and expensive. It's also an unpleasant experience for a clinician to hold in the same position while working for a long time. There has been a great leap in the improvement of electronic digital photography and three-dimensional display technologies for the past years. The fidelity represented by the digital image resolution and quality already satisfied the needs of clinicians. In addition, using different wavelengths of LED light sources together with appropriate digital image processing algorithms can offer clinicians more comprehensive images which are invisible to human eyes. The captured digital images can be shared in real-time especially for clinical teaching. The result of this project is to develop a miniature light-weight stereo digital microscope which incorporates the strong capacity of local Taiwanese semiconductor and optical industries. The design approach is to collect the clinical treatment requirements from the surgeons of Show Chwan Healthcare System and then team up the capable digital photography, 3D display, lens and machinery companies to jointly develop a digital microscope system comprising a stereo image capturing unit, a sophisticate lens system and a robot arm meeting the predefined requirements. The project team has achieved a prototype which can be used in clinical. The next stage to make the prototype become product and the new company need to raise funding.

MonoStereo
MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY

Endoscope, as the eyes of an MIS surgeon, is to provide a 3D environment.
2D to 3D conversion adopts the video sequence captured from a single-channel 2D endoscope and calculates the depth information for the organs and surgical instruments therein to provide 3D image on stereoscopic display. Read More

MonoStereo
Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS) has great progress from the end of the 20th century. MIS needs not only skilled surgeons, but also accurate equipment to assist surgeons. Endoscope, as the eyes of an MIS surgeon, is to provide a 3D environment. 2D to 3D conversion adopts the video sequence captured from a single-channel 2D endoscope and calculates the depth information for the organs and surgical instruments therein to provide 3D image on stereoscopic display. This 2D to 3D conversion will assist surgeons for providing high surgical accuracy and reduce the surgical time needed.

3D Microscope
MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY

Endoscope, as the eyes of an MIS surgeon, is to provide a 3D environment.
2D to 3D conversion adopts the video sequence captured from a single-channel 2D endoscope and calculates the depth information for the organs and surgical instruments therein to provide 3D image on stereoscopic display. Read More

3D Microscope
Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS) has great progress from the end of the 20th century. MIS needs not only skilled surgeons, but also accurate equipment to assist surgeons. Endoscope, as the eyes of an MIS surgeon, is to provide a 3D environment. 2D to 3D conversion adopts the video sequence captured from a single-channel 2D endoscope and calculates the depth information for the organs and surgical instruments therein to provide 3D image on stereoscopic display. This 2D to 3D conversion will assist surgeons for providing high surgical accuracy and reduce the surgical time needed.