ILLUSIO is set to be the world’s first ‘3D Virtual Mirror’ for plastic surgery. It means women will be able to see how they’ll look with cosmetic breast surgery.
The technology combines a fluid and life-like 3D virtual image of a patient’s breasts with a live image of her face and body to transform a wall mounted TV into a virtual mirror. The proprietary artistic adapters and deformers allow surgeons to easily manipulate virtual models to quickly replicate any real-life breast characteristics.
People will be able to see themselves and their future bodies in real time.
With the ILLUSIO 3D imaging system, you’ll be able to turn side-to-side and in real-time see yourself with the size and shape options that your surgeon creates, enabling you to make confident decisions.
ILLUSIO launched a Kickstarter campaign on November 14, 216, to increase exposure of its ‘Virtual Mirror’ technology for breast simulation. For the first time, the company will be distributing a smart phone version of its breast simulation system. It means women will be able to download the app and see a virtual simulation of the results of breast augmentation surgery.
The app will be available exclusively through the Kickstarter project by making a contribution of $20 or more.
ILLUSIO CEO Ethan Winner told Women Love Tech he’s excited about the increased exposure the Kickstarter campaign will bring to tens of thousands of new users.
“This is the first time that we’re taking our technology to the mainstream consumer with the ultimate goal of building a more patient-centric experience for women who are contemplating breast augmentation surgery,” Winner said.