First online laboratory for 3D modelling, Visible Patient realizes from CT-scan or MRI images a 3D osteo-articular reconstruction.

What is the purpose of 3D osteo-articular modelling?

3D modelling of bones and joints is useful to:

  • Have a virtual clone of the target region,
  • Ease manipulation and understanding of the virtual bone within the framework of information sharing or anatomical training for a medical and non-medical public.

These 3D digital clones can be coupled with simulators to improve training, or to surgical robots to guide the gesture of surgeons.


Modèle 3D ostéo-articulaires

Modèle 3D colonne vertébrale

Why model bones and joints in 3D?

3D colon modelling is useful for many applications:

  • Surgery  (open or minimally invasive)
  • Research and development
  • Clinical – preclinical studies
  • Robotic surgery
  • Training
  • Simulation
  • Augmented reality, virtual reality
  • 3D printing


What formats can you use to read your 3D models?

3D organs modelled by Visible Patient can be provided in various formats, in particular STL, VTK, GLB, VPZ…

Furthermore, the 3D models can be exploited from software developed by Visible Patient that is available free of charge on PC, Mac, iOS, virtual and augmented reality head-mounted displays.

The virtual and augmented reality model visualisation software (VP Render) has not been certified as a medical device and cannot be used for clinical purposes on humans. It can nevertheless be used for training purposes as an educational, study or research tool.

Visible Patient reconstructs all the organs of the human body.

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