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Static-3dMD Systems

3dMD Flexible Modular Approach

3dMD has taken a product engineering approach that combines a robust, adaptable software environment with the efficient use of a modular architecture to permit significant efficiencies through component interchangeability. These modular units consist of industrial-grade machine vision cameras that work in conjunction with a range of optimal frameworks and structural mounting systems. 3dMD’s proven versatility in the field delivers ease of configuration and reconfiguration for a wide range of anatomical require­ments. Additional benefits include economical maintenance to maximize system uptime, and a cost-effective upgrade path to increase capture volume and provide the flexibility required for rigorous workflows. A 3dMD system can be upgraded at any point in time after purchase to adapt to new or changing requirements or environments, thus decreasing risk and protecting investment. Most importantly, 3dMD static-3D systems are simple to use and reliable enough to withstand the pressures of capturing large numbers of subjects in a busy, high-throughput environ­ment with proven accuracy, speed, and dependability, year after year.

3dMDface System

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Ultra-Fast Capture Speed: ~1.5 milliseconds
Subject Capture: 180-degree face capture (ear-to-ear)
Configuration: Two modular units of six machine vision cameras and an industrial-grade flash system synchronized in a single capture.
Geometry Accuracy:  <0.2mm RMS or better depending on mode
Portability: Easily disassembled and packed into a suitcase and sets up as a complete facial system so every 3dMD image is taken from ear-to-ear. This option has been used for normative facial image collection exercises around the globe.
Non-Invasive Alternative to CT or CBCT modalities: Accurately document the patient’s natural head position and multiple facial expressions noninvasively throughout the treatment cycle.
Compatible with CT and CBCT: 3dMD images register 1:1 to address CBCT surface artifacts caused by patient movement during the duration of the scan; allow compensation for soft tissue compression from CBCT stabilization aids (i.e. chin cup); eliminate the effect of soft tissue draping from supine devices; and supplement any missing anatomical data (i.e. nose).
3D Image Rendering Speed:  7 seconds
3D Surface Mesh Integrity: Automatically generates a continuous 3D polygon surface mesh with a single x,y,z coordinate system from all synchronized stereo pairs. The 3dMD software automatically maps all of the color information to the mesh. No stitching of images required.
Economical Upgrade Path to: 3dMDtrio, 3dMDhead, 3dMDtorso, 3dMDthorax, 3dMDflex, 3dMDbody Systems

3dMDtrio System

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Ultra-Fast Capture Speed: ~1.5 milliseconds
Subject Capture: 200-degree face capture (ear-to-ear)
Configuration: Three modular units of nine machine vision cameras and an industrial-grade flash system synchronized in a single capture.
Geometry Accuracy: <0.2mm RMS or better depending on mode
Large Scale Image Collection Exercises in High-Throughput Environments: Provides additional space for the subject within the capture area so the positioning protocols do not have to be so rigid. It also provides more ear detail from side to side. This system was used in The Science Museum London for the “Me in 3D” project where the team captured more than 12,000 subjects within a 3 month period.
Non-Invasive Alternative to CT or CBCT modalities: Accurately document the patient’s natural head position and multiple facial expressions noninvasively throughout the treatment cycle.
Compatible with CT and CBCT: 3dMD images register 1:1 to address CBCT surface artifacts caused by patient movement during the duration of the scan; allow compensation for soft tissue compression from CBCT stabilization aids (i.e. chin cup); eliminate the effect of soft tissue draping from supine devices; and supplement any missing anatomical data (i.e. nose).
3D Image Rendering Speed: 9 seconds
3D Surface Mesh Integrity: Automatically generates a continuous 3D polygon surface mesh with a single x,y,z coordinate system from all synchronized stereo pairs. The 3dMD software automatically maps all of the color information to the mesh. No stitching of images required.
Economical Upgrade Path to: 3dMDhead, 3dMDtorso, 3dMDthorax, 3dMDflex, 3dMDbody Systems.

3dMDtorso System

Torso system shot

Ultra-Fast Capture Speed: ~1.5 milliseconds
Subject Capture: 190-degree torso and breast capture
Configuration: Four modular units of 12 machine vision cameras and an industrial-grade flash system synchronized in a single capture.
Designed to provide more 3D surface coverage for clinics that have patients who require breast reconstruction and/or breast reduction procedures. Similar to 3dMD’s custom 3dMDtorso System at the University of Texas MD Anderson, 3dMD has the capability to build a custom set-up that meets the customer’s specific capture requirements.
Geometry Accuracy: <0.2-0.5mm RMS or better depending on mode
3D Surface Mesh Integrity: Automatically generates a continuous 3D polygon surface mesh with a single x,y,z coordinate system from all synchronized stereo pairs. The 3dMD software automatically maps all of the color information to the mesh. No stitching of images required.
Economical Upgrade Path to: 3dMDflex, 3dMDbody Systems.

3dMDthorax System

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Ultra-Fast Capture Speed: ~1.5 milliseconds
Subject Capture:  360-degree thorax capture
Configuration:  Four (or five) modular units of 12 (or 15) machine vision cameras and an industrial-grade flash system synchronized in a single capture.
Geometry Accuracy:  <0.2-0.5mm RMS or better depending on mode
3D Surface Mesh Integrity: Automatically generates a continuous 3D polygon surface mesh with a single x,y,z coordinate system from all synchronized stereo pairs. The 3dMD software automatically maps all of the color information to the mesh. No stitching of images required.
Economical Upgrade Path to: 3dMDflex, 3dMDbody Systems.

3dMDflex System

3dMDflex System

Ultra-Fast Capture Speed: ~1.5 milliseconds
Subject Capture: 190-degree face and torso capture, as well as 360-degree head and thorax capture
Configuration: Seven or nine modular units of 21 or 27 machine vision cameras and an industrial-grade flash system synchronized in a single capture.
Geometry Accuracy: <0.2-0.5mm RMS or better depending on mode
Multiple Anatomical Capture Requirements in Busy Clinic: Designed for busy, high-throughput environments where the system operator needs the ability to transition with minimal disturbance between face, full head, and torso/breast capture.
Combined System Configuration: Multiple 3dMD systems combined into one system to minimize floor space required and enhance patient workflow.
3D Surface Mesh Integrity: Automatically generates a continuous 3D polygon surface mesh with a single x,y,z coordinate system from all synchronized stereo pairs. The 3dMD software automatically maps all of the color information to the mesh. No stitching of images required.
Economical Upgrade Path to: 3dMDbody Systems

3dMDbody System

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Ultra-Fast Capture Speed: ~1.5 milliseconds
Subject Capture: 360-degree full body capture
Configuration: Ranging from 9 to 22-plus modular units of 27 to 66-plus machine vision cameras and an industrial-grade flash system synchronized in a single capture
Geometry Accuracy: <0.5mm RMS depending on mode
Episode of Encounter: Supports an efficient mass enrollment workflow (4 subjects per minute)
Subject Pose Options: Highly flexible system configuration that allows for a large number of variations in modular camera unit positioning
Transportable: Simple set-up with straightforward set-up and calibration
3D Surface Mesh Integrity: Automatically generates a continuous 3D polygon surface mesh with a single x,y,z coordinate system from all synchronized stereo pairs. The 3dMD software automatically maps all of the color information to the mesh. No stitching of images required.
Economical Upgrade Path to: Pose-oriented 3dMDbody Systems with more viewpoints.

3dMDhand System

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Ultra-Fast Capture Speed: ~1.5 milliseconds
Subject Capture: 360-degree hand capture
Configuration: Ranging from five modular units of machine vision cameras and an industrial-grade flash system synchronized in a single capture.
Geometry Accuracy: <0.2mm RMS depending on mode
3D Surface Mesh Integrity: Automatically generates a continuous 3D polygon surface mesh with a single x,y,z coordinate system from all synchronized stereo pairs. No stitching of images required.
Economical Upgrade Path to: 3dMDtrio, 3dMDhead, 3dMDtorso, 3dMDthorax, 3dMDflex, 3dMDbody Systems.

3dMDvultus Software

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Built on a state-of-the-art 3D technology foundation developed from scratch by 3dMD engineers, the 3dMDvultus Software provides
users with a rich, easy-to-use 3D patient treatment environment featuring a versatile and powerful database structure. Embracing the
principle of Image Fusion, 3dMDvultus combines a 3dMD surface image with CT/CBCT/digitized study models to support the functions of
assessing the patient condition, planning and simulating treatment and surgery, monitoring progress, and evaluating outcomes.
3dMvultus tracks the patient’s imaging history throughout the treatment cycle for all team members to access at any point in time.

3dMDanalysis Platform-PLUS Multimodal Environment (MME)
• Smooth, real-time 3D volumetric and cross-sectional (MPV) visualization
• Easy orientation of patient’s CBCT/CT image and option to load DICOM
automatically with saved orientation transformation
• Superimposition of patient images – 3dMD/CT/CBCT/digitized dental
study model
• CBCT/CT and 3dMD surface measurement (distance/ angle)
• Advanced volume calculations
• Sophisticated 3D landmarking and 3D ceph tracing systems
• Pre- and post- operative/treatment superimposition and comparison
• Quantitative evaluation of surface and volumetric change
• Airway volume measurement and segmentation
• Airway cross section and pathway analysis
• TMJ analysis
• Generation of cephalometric and panoramic radiographs