Visual excellency meets innovative and durable design
ARRI Medical strives for visual excellence. As a business unit within ARRI, Arnold & Richter Cine Technik apply Oscar-winning camera technology to the medical sector. N+P supported the integration of their revolutionary lens technology into a medical application, ensuring a consistent reflection of their brand identity was met.
Design for manufacture
The new digital 3D surgical microscope from ARRI Medical combines Oscar-winning camera technology with a modern, durable design for next level surgical imagery and experience.
Next generation design.
The ARRISCOPE 1.1 is the next generation of the world's first fully digital, high-resolution surgical microscope for stereoscopic viewing. This new ARRISCOPE combines both technical and comprehensive design innovations. The E-Rack is equipped with a flush-mounted touch control panel, a media bay with optimally placed input and connection options as well as storage space for accessories, which optimizes the workflow in the operating room.
Compared to optical systems, the digital 3D binocular provides surgeons with a completely new freedom of movement. It is the central element for visualizing key information directly in the surgeon's field of vision. The surgeon can fully immerse themselves in the operation and retrieve the required data at any time.
“When it comes to the requirements for digital ENT microsurgery, ARRI medical has a focus like almost no other manufacturer. We see this clearly in routine clinical applications.“
Prof. h. c. Dr. med. Thomas Lenarz, Clinical Director, Ear Nose and Throat Clinic, Hannover Medical School
High-definition surgical microscope.
The ARRISCOPE first generation was the world´s first fully-digital, high-definition surgical microscope for stereoscopic viewing. For the first time in the history of surgical microscopy, it was possible to visualize the operating area not as an optical image, but as a high-definition 3D digital image through a binocular microscope.
The digital image can be recorded and duplicated without loss of quality. This offers immense educational benefits as junior doctors, medical students and other stakeholders can monitor every detail of an operation in three dimensions.