World's first innovation centre for mixed reality in health

Through our vision, "Better health for all", HoloCare creates solutions and builds knowledge at the intersection between medicine and holographic computing.

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WHAT WE DO

HoloCare is a leading provider of holographic solutions for medical imaging. Our mixed reality solutions open up brand new ways of planning and conducting surgeries and treating patients. All of our products are developed in close collaboration with research environments at renown hospitals. We support international and cross-institutional research and development collaborations.

TRY IT OUT YOURSELF

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We offer demonstrations to research and healthcare institutions that are interested in our products. Schedule a demo with one of our specialists to learn more and try our solutions yourself.

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Microsoft HoloLens2, Mixed Reality glasses

SELECTED PROJECTS

The HoloCare development team is working on several projects. Here are some that we would like to highlight.

OrthoNav

Giving orthopaedic surgeons x-ray vision

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TruHeart

Planning complex paediatric heart surgeries

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Theraport

Reaching the unreachable in therapy

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NEWS

Read up on the latest news and media articles about HoloCare. Click here to see the articles.

Chasing holograms – the future of HoloLens development

Published 22.08.2019

Scott Leaman, mixed reality lead of Sopra Steria and HoloCare developer, gave a talk on this years NDC (Norwegian developers conference) in Oslo.

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Innovation in public health sector

Published 09.08.2019

During the HoloCare Conference, HealthTalk had an interview with Norway’s Minister of Digitalisation where he talked about innovation in the public health sector

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"It's like x-ray vision"

Published 21.06.2019

The project manager of OrthoNav, Ola Wiig, has been interviewed by the Norwegian Medical Association. In the interview, Wiig explains how using HoloLens technology gives him a sense of x-ray vision.

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