View 3D Medical Images on LookingGlass Holographic Display

3D Viewing of your Medical Imaging

MRI, CT, and Confocal Microscope Image-Stacks 

On the LookingGlass “Holographic” Display

View your medical images from MRI, CT, and Confocal microscope images in 3D, without VR headset and controllers. The LookingGlass gives you a simple side-console to your workstation so you can look at and interact with your images to get the quickest and deepest understanding of your subject.

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Example: ConfocalPro-LG view of an isolated mesenteric artery. This blood vessel supplies a region of the gut wall and has been pressure fixed at 70mmHg so that the normal shape is conserved.  The fixed artery was then scanned on a laser scanning confocal microscope.  One channel of data has the cell nuclei (red) the other is a mix of autofluorescence and alpha1-adrenoceptors stained with BODIPY FL-prazosin (green).  The holes in the internal elastic lamina (inner surface) are particularly nice in this dataset.   The outer adventitial surface has a sympathetic nerve running along the length of the vessel. From Dr. Craig J Daly, School of Life Sciences, University of Glasgow.