EchoPixel thinks it's due time doctors explore the body in three dimensions as medical imaging already processes enough info for 3D-rendered parts

EchoPixel uses 3D tech to let doctors explore and manipulate medical imaging in virtual reality fields. This means doctors can dissect your heart on 3D screens before having to open you up using only information from your MRI.

EchoPixel CEO Ron Schilling, PhD thinks it's time to move away from the flat images doctors work with and help them unlock the full potential of information they already have access to. When working with flat images, doctors have to mentally convert these images into 3D images. This grueling process, given the breadth of virtual reality (VR) technology available today, is just not necessary anymore.

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