Project Description

FEATURED PROJECT

UCSD Center for the Future of Surgery

San Diego, California

Health Care Education Interactive Video Wall

MultiTaction Touch Capable Interactive Wall Of Knowledge

When UCSD – School of Medicine decided to expand the Center for The Future of Surgery, they opted for a nine-screen MultiTaction interactive-touch video wall featuring the company’s full suite of collaboration and visualization software. This system needed to be designed for heavy use in a critical environment of doctors and surgeons. UCSD decided to use a cohesive digital experience that uses both medical and AV devices to fulfil a complete solution.

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UCSD - Center for Future Surgery

FACADE

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UCSD - Center for Future Surgery

School Of Medicine

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UCSD - Center for Future Surgery

Wall Of Knowledge

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UCSD - Center for Future Surgery

MultiTaction Video Wall

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UCSD - Center for Future Surgery

Touch Capable Video Wall

FEATURED AV PROJECT

UCSD Center for the Future of Surgery

Health Care Education Interactive Video Wall

PROJECT DETAILS

Facility:Center for the Future of Surgery

Location: University of San Diego (UCSD), San Diego CA

Challenge: The leadership at the CFS wanted an in-house solution to allow multiple users to simultaneously work on projects, with the ability to also collaborate as a team. The touch-enabled technology had to be highly responsive, while also having the capability to capture video outputs from various medical devices/cameras.

Solution: UCSD – School of Medicine opted for a 3×3 MultiTaction, unlimited touch, interactive video wall. Live video footage can be captured, compared, and analyzed by surgeons and doctors. This setup allows for better instructional and learning techniques in the facility.

The intuitive video wall allows for multiple people to be working simultaneously, while also having the capability to collaborate together. The advanced software solution allows for live data to be cross-referenced with archived data and offers access to online capabilities.

Each of the video wall panels operates on its own, so there is no phantom touching or redundant performances across the system. Since doctors and surgeons are both operating the system, the MultiTaction touch response works with or without medical gloves.  The leadership even dubbed this video wall solution as “The Wall Of Knowledge”.

Press and Media Coverage: MultiTaction, the company that manufactures the interactive technology displays, highlighted the project in a recent case study on their website.  

The project was also featured in an article on Commercial Integrator magazine, featuring the benefits of this touch sensitive, interactive video wall in a health care education environment. 

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