What if you had sonographic vision?

In-situ ultrasound

With the SonoEyes software running on a mixed-reality headset, you see the ultrasound image at its anatomical position. Real-time 3D-tracking of the ultrasound probe enables highly accurate in-situ display of the diagnostic image. SonoEyes makes ultrasound examinations more accessible to practitioners across many specialties and levels of training – from medical student to professor. You might not even need to upgrade your ultrasound device: The software can interoperate with a wide range of ultrasound manufacturers.

A medical practitioner is scanning the wrist of a patient with an ultrasound probe and the holographic ultrasound image is visible in-situ.

Ergonomic virtual screen

Whenever a large ultrasound image is required, it is possible to activate a virtual screen. This virtual screen is ergonomically placed in your visual field and follows your gaze without obstructing the line of sight to the patient. This eliminates the need for physical screens, which are difficult to sterilize and position in crowded operating rooms. SonoEyes augments Point-Of-Care ultrasound solutions to be more lightweight, portable, and flexible.

A medical practioner wearing a HoloLens is looking at the holographic ultrasound image of what she is scanning.

Hands-free operability

SonoEyes is especially suitable to perform sterile procedures as it can be operated hands-free using speech-control and gazeable interfaces.

In situ holographic ultrasound image of a wrist scan with a "Toggle billboard" holographic button.

Mixed-reality guided procedures

To assist vascular access procedures, SonoEyes provides visual guidance for an optimal needle path.

A medical practitioner is being guided through holographs during a needle insertion.

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