Visionsense out of Orangeburg, New York, a company that makes single chip 3D endoscopic vision technology, has raised $8M in VC funds to begin full scale marketing of its unique technology in the US and Europe. The firm’s Visionsense Stereoscopic Vision System, designed to improve depth perception and understanding of complex surgical anatomy, can be used for a variety of complex surgeries, such as skull-base and keyhole neurosurgical cases, as well as a wide range of laparoscopic procedures.
Camera Control Unit (CCU) – The CCU consists of a single Pentium PC with proprietary Visionsense hardware and software. 3D Stereoscopic Display – The CCU connects to a stereoscopic display with flexible arm for multiple viewing angles (requires glasses). Video Cart – specifically designed to maximize surgeon ergonomics and minimize the footprint in the operating room.
The VSII is designed to work with:
Cameras – The VSII uses various configurations of cameras specifically designed for transnasal and keyhole neurosurgical applications. Currently, there are 2 lengths (170mm and 300mm) and 2 angles (0 and 30 degree). The cameras are able to be sterilized and are reusable for 40 procedures. LED Light Source – The VSII uses its own customized light source which uses a few watts of power to illuminate the surgical field. Digital Recording/playing/editing procedures, in both mono and stereo