Carl Zeiss selects microdisplay:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Colorado MicroDisplay is to provide microdisplays for use in Carl Zeiss' OPMI Neuro MultiVision. The use of Colorado's microdisplay will create a virtual "cockpit" for the surgeon, the companies say. The surgeon can switch between the images from the microscope and the endoscope by using either a handgrip or foot pedal.
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