3D Imaging System
Overcoming Historical Challenges
Historically 3D surgical video systems were plagued by technical challenges such as surgeon fatigue, darker images, bulky designs and high cost. Lateral endoscopic views were not possible without rotating the scope, thus rotating the video image and presenting a visual paradox to the surgeon.
The ENDOEYE FLEX 3D Videoscope overcomes these challenges and produces a bright, natural 3D image in a lightweight and ergonomic design. It provides up to 100° of articulation in all directions enabling observation and therapy in the entire peritoneal cavity– always with a level visual horizon.
Olympus also has overcome the technical barrier of video image rotation with a 30° rigid laparoscope, ENDOEYE 3D. This allows correct orientation, no matter what viewing angle is desired. You can now change the view direction while maintaining horizontal orientation of images, enabling a continuous critical view in 3D.