3DIcon Featured in Medical Device Daily
3DIcon is pleased to announce it was featured this morning in an article from Medical Device Daily, a Thomson Reuters publication. The article highlights 3DIcon’s technology, and the variety of potential applications within the medical field. An excerpt of the article is below. To read the entire article, please visit the Medical Device Daily website. 3DIcon to pursue NIH grant for volumetric imaging technology It might be difficult to imagine a world in which doctors and medical students can study three-dimensional volumetric images similar to the holograms that fictional hero Tony Stark uses in the “Iron Man” movies. But advancements in materials, lasers, and computing power over the last 20 years is enabling the development of projection 3-D display technologies with incredibly broad potential in the medical industry. One company working in this space, using technology licensed from the University of Oklahoma (Tulsa), is looking to the National Institutes of Health to support the development of its volumetric imaging technologies, with potential applications in medical training, diagnostics, and image-guided surgery. 3DIcon (Tulsa) reported this week that it plans to pursue a NIH grant request for small businesses that support biomedical technology development. To read this article in its entirety, please visit Medical Device Daily.