What do your insides look like in VR? EchoPixel offers a way to see them

Silicon Valley Business Journal | Cromwell Schubarth

EchoPixel has developed real-time interactive virtual reality technology that helps physicians work with 3-D images of patient-specific body parts instead of flat images. The company says this gives physicians a more complete understanding of a patient’s anatomy and can be used to teach surgical and radiological procedures in a step-by-step, annotated 3-D format. Specialists such as doctors and nurses can also use it to collaborate and share information on a lifelike image, while patients can use it to understand and manage their conditions.