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Part of Surgical Toolkit: Revolution in Medical Hologram
Various key players such as Echo Pixel, Eon Reality, Holoxica Limited, Jasper Display Corporation and Leia Inc. are indulging into various research activity that is increasing the application of medical holograms in medical and biological research. Various research developments have been done and more are expected to be approved in near future some of them are: In 2015, EchoPixel shared that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved its True3D Viewer that can be used in surgical planning and diagnostics. The software platform renovates existing 2D medical imaging data like CT and MRI scans into wholly collaborative virtual reality images. In 2015, Japanese researcher has innovated holograms that can be dislocated by the human touch. Moreover, there are some more innovation is about to come by the end of 2017. 3D visualization and augmented reality for surgery is one of the major innovation which is expected to be approved by the end of 2017. In these technology neuro surgeons can keep their heads up while performing surgical procedure they can use high resolution, 3D visual representation of their subjects. Thus, the growing innovation and research and development is increasing the growth in the global market.
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Application in medical education: Growth propeller
The growing use of medical hologram devices by the medical institutes for educating the students is propelling the growth in the global medical hologram market. The conceptualization of 3D images in the human brain is a tough task demanding wide use of the brain's occupied memory. In the medical education, this problem is mainly widespread because of the intricate 3D structures characteristic in human anatomy. One probable solution to such problem is to extant medical content in 3D dimensions other than 2D or 2.5D. An exclusive technological solution to attain this uses holography to extend the medical content in 3D dimensions. Holography permits the user to interpret completely parallax, auto-stereoscopic 3D images. Thus, the growing application in medical education is driving the growth in the global medical hologram market.
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