Visit Sony Electronics’ healthcare group from Monday, October 10 through Wednesday, October 12 in booth #440 at the Congress of Neurological Surgeons’ (CNS) 2022 Annual Meeting in San Francisco, CA to experience products and solutions designed for neurosurgery.
CNS attendees will be among the first in the world to see Sony’s recently announced LMD-XH550MT (55-inch) and LMD-XH320MT (32-inch) 4K HDR 3D/2D surgical displays, along with the company’s NUCLeUS video-over-IP platform, and Spatial Reality Display.
The LMD-XH550MT and LMD-XH320MT new generation surgical displays can be paired with surgical endoscopes, microscopes and surgical robots for precise visualization in operating rooms, surgery centers, and training and education environments. The integration-friendly monitors combine detailed 4K resolution, HDR (High Dynamic Range), and Sony’s unique Local Dimming Panel Technology for improving visibility through increased control and precise reproduction of highlights and shadows, along with support for 3D and 2D.
NUCLeUS is an open, scalable and modality-neutral video-over-IP platform that transforms surgical workflow efficiencies for networked hospital environments. It connects devices, applications, and data transparently for real-time informed decisions and intuitively allows for easy content management, storage and sharing from anywhere across the hospital-wide IP-network. NUCLeUS also gives surgeons the ability to share live video with their peers as well as other team physicians, doctors, staff, and students.
The Spatial Reality Display leverages industry-leading high-speed vision sensor technology to enable a glasses-free, high-resolution 3D modeling, and visualization experience. In a healthcare environment, the Spatial Reality Display facilitates immersive simulation, training and education experiences.
 Computer required with a recommended CPU of Intel Core i7-9700K @3.60GHz or faster; and a graphics card such as NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER or faster.