Visionsense has developed the world’s first and only, small diameter 3D-HD visualization system that supports HD IR Fluorescence. This novel technology delivers:

  • HD quality stereoscopic (3D) images providing true depth perception
  • High Definition, real-time inter-operative Infrared Fluorescence imaging
  • Fusion of natural light and IR imaging allowing true anatomical understanding
  • Miniature endoscopic size facilitating access with minimal invasiveness
  • Advanced flexible design enabling you to work naturally

Our Vision at Visionsense

In healthcare, technology should be focused on enabling superior therapy and improving patient experience and outcomes. Visualization Technology should facilitate better clinical experience enabling surgeons to gain confidence and get results.

Visionsense delivers natural High Definition stereoscopic (3D) visualization naturally integrated with real-time Infrared fluorescence imaging. We strive to provide the surgeon unprecedented levels of full depth, natural, and clinically valuable picture of the surgical field.

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Recent News at Visionsense

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Stereo Vision Technology

Visionsense technology delivers novel visualization solutions that bring natural HD (High Definition) stereoscopic sight to minimally invasive surgery (MIS). With advanced sensor technology and proprietary software, the Visionsense system delivers depth perception, HD resolution images and manoeuvring flexibility through the smallest access diameters.
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Infrared Fluorescence

Visionsense Iridium platform delivers unsurpassed Infrared (IR) Fluorescence visualization designed to be used during live surgery. A unique combination of powerful excitation illumination, real-time fusion of IR and visible light images, and advanced image processing seamlessly brings advanced visualization to the operating theater.
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“When you’re navigating around something as delicate as the brain
– not to mention cutting out of it – depth perception helps a lot”

Francis, T., 2008. Brain Surgery, Via the Nostril, Wall Street Journal

“This advance may not only enhance the surgical approach to complex anatomic areas of the skull base, but it may also decrease the barrier of entry into endoscopy by surgeons with microscopic binocular vision.” 
Singh, et al., Three-Dimensional Endoscopic Approach to the Orbital Apex and Cavernous Sinus:
An Anatomic Study. Departments of Otorhinolaryngology & Neurosurgery,
Cornell University Medical College, New York, NY, USA.
Presented in Sao Paulo, Brazil. May 2008