X-ray-like vision

With the help of mixed reality technology, the doctor acquires the ability of X-ray vision and can see all the necessary internal anatomical structures. Based on this visual information, doctors can plan their actions during the surgery.

• Precise binding of the hologram to the patient through the use of Medgital positioning technology

• Visualization of segmented data song with DICOM data in the form of a volumetric model

• Flexible visualization settings – the doctor sees only what he needs


Visualization of DICOM data in the form of holograms right in the radiologist’s office.

• Data transfering to the glasses and building a volumetric DICOM model takes less than a minute
• Visualization of the data directly on the patient
• Creation of sections and segmentation of the desired areas


Plan an operation without the need to create physical models.

• The hologram can be visualized both in real scale and enlarged

• Planning of surgical access directly on the patient without the need for soft tissue resection

• Flexible tools for marking surgical access


Performing surgery without distraction from the operating field.

• All the necessary information is always in front of the surgeon. No need to switch attention to monitors

• Significant savings in operating room space. all you need is just glasses

• All navigation tools that contact the patient are sterilizable

Patents and scientific publications

RF patent for invention No. 2754288

A method of preparing and performing head surgery using mixed reality from 08/31/2021.
Priority of invention from 06.10.

Utility model patent No. 202367

A marker holder for mixed reality head surgery.
Priority from 06.10.

Certificate of state registration of a computer program No. 2021613930

Program for visualization of anatomical structures in the form of holograms and their positioning in space.

Intraoperative Use of Mixed Reality Technology in Median Neck and Branchial Cyst Excision

Published in  Future internet journal (Q2)

Designing an Adjustable Head Frame for Surgery Using Mixed Reality Technology Hololens 2

Published in Biomedical journal

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Technology in action

Malignant brain tumor surgery
National Medical Research Center. V.A. Almazova
Neck cyst removal
Pavlov First State Medical University of St. Petersburg

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