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Totsu Sangyo demonstrate 3D Camera System For Surgery Training
Totsu Sangyo Corporation introduced a tool for surgery training using its Gemelos 3D Base at the Ray Group exhibition.
Gemelos 3D Base is a small 3D camera system, using the company’s own design for 3D camera synchronous circuits to operate two cameras on the left and right simultaneously with a high level of precision, and which can capture fast moving objects, which has been a weakness in 3D systems in the past.
“This camera can achieve simultaneous capture at 20ns or less. At this level it is nearly perfect simultaneous timing with the closing of the CMOS image sensor shutters, so it accurately captures fast movement and tiny changes in lighting.”
“Usually these systems are used for entertainment or sports, but since this system is small we wanted to try to film surgery, so we actually filmed surgery with the University of Tsukuba.”
“It is said that training of young surgeons is difficult, so we think this kind of 3D image can be extremely useful for such training, so we are promoting it for that.”
“We are thinking of future applications, such as for training or archiving, as a promotional tool for sales to medical device makers, or as a tool to help explain things to salesmen.”
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