Voxel-Man, a pioneer in medical visualization and simulation technology dates back to around 1984 when a research group headed by Professor Karl Heinz Höhne at the University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf made their first experiments on 3D rendering of tomographic images from CT and MRI. At RSNA 1987, the first-ever in vivo images of a complete human brain could be presented. Voxel-Man refers to the digital representation of the human body.
DSS has tied up with Voxel-Man to offer a comprehensive solution for surgical simulators. These Voxel-Man simulators are being used by leading universities and hospitals around the world and DSS takes pride in bringing these simulators to the Indian market.