Softability developed a HoloLens application to demonstrate equipment for Perkin Elmer Wallac. HoloLens is eminently suitable for visualising large items of equipment, because it helps to show them virtually in 3D at the right size, regardless of location.
Augmented and Mixed Reality smart glasses or VR headsets mean that the manufacturers of medical equipment can showcase their large devices – whether they are new or still at the design stage – digitally at their actual size and in an authentic working environment, such as the customer’s hospital facility.
Softability developed an application using Microsoft HoloLens technology for Perkin Elmer Wallac Oy, which makes it possible to show large items of equipment to customers in a new way using mixed reality. Large items of health care equipment can be viewed virtually with the HoloLens in a mixed reality setting in which the HoloLens shows the equipment through 3D glasses at the desired size as part of the surrounding reality.
Wallac Oy belongs to the PerkinElmer technology group and develops screening systems for neonates and pregnant women. The HoloLens application was developed to aid the sales and marketing of this equipment.
Softability developed a HoloLens application which makes it easy for manufacturers of medical equipment to demonstrate to their customers the equipment they have developed for the analysis of pregnancy. The equipment is large in size, because expectant mothers must be able to fit inside it for the tests to take place. Such large items of equipment cannot be included on a visit to a customer, so it is easier to present it virtually, at the actual size and in the desired surroundings. Furthermore, the application can help present the features of the equipment and aid training in its use and maintenance.
Softability Group Oy Mikko Luukkonen, Sales Manager, mikko.luukkonen(a)softability.fi