Challenge Physicians are forced to mentally stitch together MRI and CT slices to build a 3D mental model of their patient’s anatomy, which is slow and error prone [1,2,3]. Important anatomical relationships can be difficult to interpret, and doctors are more likely to waste time and risk misdiagnosis, which can lead to fatal outcomes and wasted money on avoidable tests and malpractice claims [4]. Medical imaging is shifting toward the use of 3D models, but existing medical applications display these models on flat screens that make it difficult to understand vital information about size, depth, and structure. References
Solution

Bosc is a virtual and mixed reality neurological imaging application that seeks to improve diagnosis and pre-procedural planning by enabling surgeons to learn and collaborate with floating holograms of their patient's anatomy.

HOW IT WORKS

CMM

We're excited to join UW Medicine's Center for Multidimensional Medicine!

Product demonstration with Dr. Steinberg at TRAIL (UW Med Center)

UC IRVINE BEGINS STUDY WITH BOSC

FEATURE - MODEL MANAGEMENT

Web app lets users upload and manage 3d model information online

FEATURE - BROWSER VIEWER

We now have a browser VR experience!

TWITTER LOVE

"...We should do this for all LMMCs"
Head of Neurosurgery at BC Children's Hospital

PEAR MED GOES NORTH!

Neurosurgeons at BC Children's Hospital use Bosc to help make surgical decisions for Baby Z

Basic anatomy exploration