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3D and 4K Technologies offer precise visualisation in medicine

Visualisation technology for medical has advanced rapidly, from analog to digital to high definition - to 3D and now 4K. High-quality displays will continue to be invaluable medical tools, whether it’s the enhanced depth of a 3D image, or the increased contrast, resolution and level of detail enabled by 4K technology. State-of-the-art visualisation technology is now a part of a medical team’s arsenal, and is a critical resource for every area of a medical environment.

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3D and 4K Technologies offer precise visualisation in medicine

Visualisation technology for medical has advanced rapidly, from analog to digital to high definition - to 3D and now 4K. High-quality displays will continue to be invaluable medical tools, whether it’s the enhanced depth of a 3D image, or the increased contrast, resolution and level of detail enabled by 4K technology. State-of-the-art visualisation technology is now a part of a medical team’s arsenal, and is a critical resource for every area of a medical environment.

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Seeing, viewing and sharing: Sony’s 3D medical workflow

Sony’s end-to-end 3D medical workflow helps surgeons, operating theatre staff and educators benefit from a truer visual experience. From image capture and display to recording, editing and presentation, Sony 3D enables better visual communications across the hospital campus and beyond.

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Sony 3D gives a new dimension of medical detail

From image acquisition to display, storage and presentation, Sony offers a range purpose-designed products that help clinicians capture and share 3D medical content with clarity and precision.

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3D for today’s medical applications

Sony's 3D medical products support a wide range of clinical applications from the consulting room to the OR

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Sony 3D technology: in focus Sony 3D technology: in focus

3D offers new levels of detail and clarity not possible with conventional imaging. Rather than a flat image, 3D offers a method of recording and visualising medical procedures with added depth, form and shape.

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