3-D software for 'virtual surgery'

  • Computer scientists at Brigham Young University (BYU) have developed a new software tool to perform 'virtual surgery.' This tool, dubbed 'Live Surface,' will allow surgeons to visualize in 3-D any part of a patient's anatomy with just a few clicks of a mouse. Similar software already exist, but as reports the Deseret Morning News, Live Surface is interactive and fast.

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