Magic Leap 2 Med Tech in clinical scenarios
Precise, accurate control
The Magic Leap 2 Controller offers world tracking and 6 degrees of freedom—giving you accuracy and precision that purely gesture-controlled augmented reality headsets lack.
Dynamic Dimming™ technology
Dynamic Dimming™ technology lets you use the IEC 60601 certified Magic Leap 2 in brightly lit operating rooms by dimming the display to make digital content clear, legible, and vibrant.
Connect experts with medical professionals in remote areas. Use collaborative viewing and “see what I see” technology to assist in challenging, complex procedures.
Navigate instrument position accurately and precisely to properly visualize points of interest deep in internal anatomy by superimposing digital content over a patient.
Plan surgeries and other procedures in detail before a single incision is made by rendering diagnostic data as a 3D model and collaborating virtually with specialists.
Bring CT scans and MRIs into three dimensions for a scalable, interactive, multi-user view. Use Magic Leap 2 to place important information like patient medical records, scans, and x-rays in or just outside your field of view—keeping it available at a glance for quick, hands-free reference.
Education and training
Instruct fellows, residents, and medical students in anatomy, diagnosis, treatment, surgery, and more. Create sample cases and scenarios that are as straightforward or novel as needed.
Improve patient experience and informed consent. Guide patients through their diagnosis and treatment, using 3D scans and renderings to help deepen their understanding of their case.
Provide ongoing consultations by connecting instantly with patients virtually, viewing collected data from remote monitoring, and even assessing the progress of physical rehabilitation from a first-person patient perspective.
Physicians can use Magic Leap 2 to help guide assessment with eye-tracking analytics and other data relating to disorders and injuries such as concussions.