Resonance demonstrates CinemaVision, funcLAB for MRI

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Resonance Technology highlighted its CinemaVision audio-video headset and its funcLAB automated functional fMRI software at the 93rd annual Radiological Society of North America scientific assembly.

The latest iteration of CinemaVision featured a more powerful audio phone integrated into its lightweight audio-video headset. The unit also boasts enhanced noise cancellation technology to enable the technologist to hear the patient distinctly, even during scans.

The CinemaVision headset delivers a resolution of 240,000 pixels for each of the two displays to provide high-quality, realistic video. It provides digital stereo sound with passive noise-attenuation technology and an intercom for ongoing communication between patient and technologist. The entire headset also fits within the MRI coil.

As part of its fMRI technology, Resonance Technology debuted a 1,000 Hz MRI eye tracker camera complete with proprietary data analysis software to take full advantage of the enhanced technology. Used with the firm’s VisuaStim audio-visual stimulation module, it provides a complete fMRI presentation and patient response system for both research and clinical applications.

The company also unveiled the next-generation of its funcLAB turnkey fMRI solution. The offering combines complete functional imaging task presentation featuring high-quality 3D graphics and sound capabilities with fully automated data processing, eliminating complex, time-intensive manual data analysis, according to Resonance Technology.