Published in the Santa Barbara News-Press Business section.
By STEVE SINOVIC
NEWS-PRESS STAFF WRITER
Santa Barbara-based TrueVision 3D Surgical has seen significant growth in the past year, increasing its customer base and seeing a lot of upside for its product line at the hospital and medical center level.
And there's plenty more growth to be had, said CEO Forrest Fleming.
Article by Stephen Nellis, staff writer for Pacific Coast Business Times.
Goleta-based TrueVision Systems has won a patent for computer eye surgery guidance that it says could open the door to new licensing revenue.
TrueVision began as maker of 3D, heads-up microscope systems for eye and brain surgeons. Instead of peering through tiny eyepieces, surgeons could view large 3D images on a projector. Those systems formed the basis of a successful partnership with Leica Microsystems, one of the biggest makers of surgical microscopes in the world.