VRmagic announces a new generation of the Eyesi® Surgical simulator. The new simulator platform features the simulation of a high-resolution Haag-Streit stereo microscope and the current generation of OCULUS SDI®/BIOM® 5.
Looking through the new binocular, which features mechanical and optical systems from Haag-Streit, trainee surgeons obtain a large three-dimensional field of view and a precise stereo visualization of the surgery simulation with 1080x1080 pixels resolution per eye. Refraction can be corrected individually by means of a diopter scale on each eyepiece. Further, the optical system now provides a realistic exit pupil, so that trainees need to adjust the pupil distance individually in order to obtain a complete, wide 3D image – just as with an original microscope.
For training of vitreoretinal surgery, the new Eyesi platform provides hardware and simulation of the current generation OCULUS SDI®/BIOM® 5. The non-contact viewing system enables wide-angle observation of the fundus and vitreous body. As with the original, the SDI (stereoscopic diagonal inverter) is activated automatically when the BIOM (binocular indirect ophthalmomicroscope) is swung into the beam path. Further, the simulator detects and visualizes if the lens accidentally touches the cornea or if the view is blocked.