|Company name||Holoeyes Inc.|
303 Morin Building, 2-17-3 Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo
|What we do||As a visualization and communication service for healthcare using VR technology, we provide applications and cloud services that convert 3D data generated from CT scans and MRIs into VR|
Field trial data
|Theme of field trail||Making active use of ICT (Information and Communication Technology) in Tokyo metropolitan hospitals|
|Tokyo site||Tokyo metropolitan hospitals|
|Product / Service Overview||We provide services that can be used for surgery examinations, training, education, etc. by converting 3D data generated from CT scans and MRIs into VR. When converting from 3D data to VR, users can easily access VR applications without the need for an engineer.|
|Outline of field trials||In metropolitan hospitals, VR-based 3D data will be used at conferences, surgery sites, for training of medical interns, and communication with patients to improve the efficiency of surgery, improve the effectiveness of training, and promote the understanding of patients. We plan to verify the effectiveness of the VR service on the efficiency of surgery and the effect on the degree of understanding of surgical staff and patients through surveys.|
Message from the CEO
Along with the growing aging society, the medical technology that responds to it is becoming more sophisticated. The necessity for invasive surgeries is increasing, but the number of surgeons who can perform these sophisticated surgeries is limited. Education costs for nurses and biomedical equipment technicians are also high. The current supply of medical human resources cannot meet the demands of society.
By providing a service that converts CT/MRI data into VR and records and reproduces surgery methods in 3D, it is now possible to share personal skills and techniques with others. Starting with Tokyo, we would like to support and help in providing advanced medical technology to many patients.
In addition to field trials, we also aim to establish an overseas business development plan through the Tokyo Metropolitan Government and overseas public administrations.