SXSW felt half empty this year, like no-one thought they were going to Austin six weeks ago. Nonetheless XR was well represented with over 30 XR experiences and events at SXSW. Many prominent members of the community were live and in-person like ground-breaking VR director and producer Nonny de la Pena…
MediView XR, Inc., a Cleveland-based company, announced the closing of a $9.9MM round of SAFE financing syndicated by Inside View Investments, LLC, a private investment firm. MediView, a cutting edge medtech company, is combining augmented reality with surgical navigation to provide surgeons and healthcare professionals revolutionary 3D “X-Ray vision” through the skin for minimally invasive procedures.
MediView XR, Inc., a digital health company developing cutting edge Augmented Reality (AR) enabled “x-ray vision,” surgical navigation, remote collaboration, and data insights for healthcare, today announced that the company has received an investment from JobsOhio’s Growth Capital Fund. JobsOhio is a private nonprofit economic development corporation with a mission to drive job creation and new capital investment in Ohio through business attraction, retention, and expansion…
Movers & Shakers: Adam Rakestraw on X-ray vision, building his own house and pivoting from law to medical tech
Early in his career, Adam Rakestraw thought he was going to be a lawyer. The northwest Ohio native went to law school and opened a private...
Having spent many late nights together in the operating room, Adam Rakestraw and John Black knew they were passionate about their individual work as sales representatives in the medical devices field — but neither of them ever imagined it would lead to a groundbreaking joint venture.
MediView XR, Inc.™ today announced that MediView, an Augmented Reality startup specializing in advanced holographic medical visualization and telehealth, and GE Healthcare, the leading global provider of ultrasound imaging, have signed a Strategic Development Agreement.
Mixed reality displays are entering the operating room, first as surgical planning tools and soon as real-time guides to help doctors zap tumors.
Technology has always been about making lives better, and the medical field is a prime example of how technological advancements can accomplish that goal.
Augmented reality can be used for more than just Pokémon Go. It’s being used in retail and design as well and is also making a foray into the medical world.
Augmented reality could give surgeons X-ray vision when they operate.
A Cleveland Clinic-backed XR medical visualization startup, MediView XR, Inc., has launched with $4.5 million in funding. The company uses the HoloLens and their custom software to help doctors visualize patient anatomy, and anchor it precisely on their body, giving the doctor, in essence, x-ray specs. The fundamental holographic visualization technology was initially developed at…
A Cleveland Clinic-backed XR medical visualization startup, MediView XR, Inc., has launched with $4.5 million in funding.