Axis Three out of Belfast, Northern Ireland has launched its new XS-400 scanner, which is used to simulate surgical procedures on face, breast and body. The scanner has 4 imaging heads producing 48MP of data within 90 seconds, from which 3D images of a patient’s face or body are generated. The scanner uses color coded triangulation, a technique which produces spatially aware 3D images. All kinds of plastic surgery procedures can then be simulated to see how the result will be. The breast module can show up to six comparison views on one screen with different implant size, shape, and composition and implant position both above and under the muscle.
More from the press release:
4 imaging heads utilizing 48MP of data; enables unparalleled detail of any part of the patient’s body or face, including ptotic breast and under chin, areas that were previously difficult to image properly Optimized image processing, yielding capture to image times of less than 90 seconds Spatial awareness: the camera automatically finds the proper height and placement when a patient returns for postoperative scans, regardless of her exact positioning, resulting in maximum accuracy and repeatability and better control of inter-user variability Large-panel back lighting, yielding truer skin tones Elegant aesthetic design, which creates a soothing visual experience for the patient and complements an aesthetic practice’s environment Ability to integrate seamlessly with an office’s existing network infrastructure, offering flexibility for the consultation process Axis Three’s unique consultative training and support, including ongoing upgrades and overnight replacement of parts Preloaded Axis Three simulation software, shipped as a turnkey system with an embedded PC