The next generation in computer imaging, featuring the latest in 3D augmented reality technology. Illusio combines 3D virtual image of breasts with a live image of her face and body to transform smartphone into a virtual mirror. Illusio is a 360-degree imaging system that allows you to show an accurate picture of different breast options on own body. When patients are able to see just what they will look like after surgery, size and outcome anxiety is reduced and patient satisfaction rates climb.
Benefits of Illusio
Surgery is a big decision and you may need time to decide on the right look for you.It gives you the flexibility to experience the app in the privacy of your own home. You no longer need to worry that you may be disappointed with the outcome of your surgery. It takes the guessing out of the process to allow you to decide with confidence what surgery is right for you. Because there are many different sizes and types of implants, there could be several options for you to consider. With Illusio, you now have the opportunity to work with your surgeon to evaluate each option on your own body. Move side-to-side and see how they move with you. You’ll be able to see your face and body in image to determine which option fits your body the best.
Setup and Pricing
Illusio requires minimal space in your office and does not need hardware or large equipment. An iPad or Android tablet with stand is all you will need to experience the full benefits of Illusio. It takes less than 30 minutes to learn, 10-15 minutes for a complete procedure. The augmented reality technology is so accurate and personal to each person. It can also be used for other surgery types allowing you to increase patient satisfaction and sell more surgeries. You can reserve lite version of this app for $20 and full a.k.a “No Bikini” version for $99 on kickstarter.
It will be interesting to see how this next generation virtual imaging technology helps surgeons, patients to replace traditional methods. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook for more updates on augmented reality.