Embracing the Promise of 3-D Graphics for Medical Design

Jul 28, 2015 | New Technology

Sophisticated three-dimensional graphics are playing a growing role in healthcare, improving treatment options and clinical decision-making. But for many medical designers and OEMs, jumping to 3-D is unfamiliar territory – not only complex from a design perspective but also warranting an understanding of commercial graphics components as part of an embedded design strategy. Commercial components add a significant new wrinkle, and a greater focus on materials planning is crucial to ensure balance between peak performance and system availability, longevity, and consistency… (Read more in our article at MD&DI)

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Martin Rudloff is Chief Technical Officer at Corvalent. With 30+ years of experience in Electronics, Martin manages Concept to Development, Production and Validation, and Product Support.

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