It is the first hospital worldwide to buy this state-of-the-art medical image visualization solution. Paris, November 16th - Institut Curie, France’s leading cancer center, combines an internationally-renowned research center with a cutting-edge hospital group. As...
AVATAR MEDICAL™ creates patient avatars to help surgeons visualize medical images.
Our VR medical solution generates 3D patient representations based on their medical images in an interactive virtual reality context. These 3D avatars are lossless and are generated in real-time: we provide an accurate and instantaneous means for clinicians to understand their patient’s medical image.
Developed hand-in-hand with leading surgery departments in Europe and the US, our VR healthcare solution radically improves how surgeons access the valuable clinical information contained in medical images.
Transforming your image viewing experience
Surgeons navigate into interactive 3D visualization of patient avatars using virtual reality
MRI and CT scans are instantly converted into customizable digital avatars and customized
Patient avatars specifically highlight structures that surgeons need to visualize (tumor, blood vessels, organs, etc.)
“AVATAR MEDICAL™ is a real game-changer because I can now see a complete knee in the blink of an eye.”
“AVATAR MEDICAL™ greatly simplifies the interpretation of breast MRI sequences for surgeons in my service.”
“AVATAR MEDICAL™ is a real collaboration tool that allows us to better communicate with surgeons.”
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We are happy to announce that AVATAR MEDICAL™ has been accepted into the Houston cohort of the NETVA program managed by the Office for Science and Technology of the French Embassy in the United States. The Deeptech North America NETVA (New Technology Venture...
AVATAR MEDICAL™ is proud to announce that it has been selected amongst the most innovative startups to present its collaborative VR solution at the Innovation Village of the Journées Francophones de Radiologie (JFR) from October 8 to 11, 2021. This will be AVATAR...