Enhanced Virtual Navigation and Examination


3D imaging has been a breakthrough in the analysis of an object, particularly in healthcare analysis. However, current 3D imaging requires manual input of information, for example, a specific bounded region, thus making the 3D image inaccurate. Along with that bias, current 3D imaging removes anything within said system, such as bodily fluids. Although there are protocols to have such fluids removed, it is unpleasant and prevents system users from taking examinations.


Marking voxels are placed through a system, creating rendered images throughout, thus creating a 2D planar project of the 3D closed system. The visualization in 2D allows users to see any missing attributes of the system, allowing them to pinpoint specific areas. The voxels also allow for electronic cleaning of a virtual object and border region identification for the system.


-More Accurate -Less Harmful -Lower Risk to System


-Healthcare -Clinical -Medicine -Examination

Patent Status


Stage Of Development


Licensing Potential

Development partner,Commercial partner,Licensing

Licensing Status

Available for licensing.

Additional Info


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Patent Information:
Case ID: R7539
For Information, Contact:
Donna Tumminello
Assistant Director
State University of New York at Stony Brook
Arie Kaufman
Mark Wax
Ingmar Bitter
Frank Dachille
Kevin Kreeger
Sarang Lakare
Zhengrong Liang