RealView Imaging, an Israeli start-up company, is pioneering the field of interactive live holography, creating a new dimension for medical imaging applications. The company’s proprietary Digital Light Shaping™ technology provides physicians with a unique natural user experience, creating the only accurate, three-dimensional holograms within hands reach.
RealView Imaging is targeting the high- end 3D medical imaging market with its patented holographic products. Following the completion of the world’s first in-human clinical trials evaluating live 3D holographic imaging in interventional cardiology, the company has unveiled its first product configuration for interventional procedures in 2019.
RealView Imaging’s mission is to empower physicians with hyper-realistic visualization of medical images and with an intuitive experience of real-time 3D touch-able holograms.
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