OsirisM endoscope camera

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OptaSensor, located in Germany, has released what it claims is the smallest commercially available digital camera, measuring 1x1mm in size and with a volume of 1.7mm³. The camera is based on wafer-level packaging, high quality wafer-level optics, and an integrated NIR-cut filter.

With this tiny design it is possible to integrate the OsirisM camera in medical disposable endoscopes, including ureteroscopes, bronchoscopes or arthroscopes. The firm also offers the OsirisM stereo version, which can be combined with a 1x1mm micro-projector for providing structured illumination.

Thanks to the robust digital LVDS interface, the camera can use a simple integrated cable, with a variable length up to 5m. OptaSensor is also offering different lens options and filter integration, which can be also customised on demand. To get started, the camera can be ordered as a demo kit together with an image processing system.

Setup of combined hyperspectral and fundus camera at Peter Stalmans’ lab at KU Leuven. Credit: Imec/KU Leuven

01 November 2022

Setup of combined hyperspectral and fundus camera at Peter Stalmans’ lab at KU Leuven. Credit: Imec/KU Leuven

01 November 2022

Dr Mario Giardini from the University of Strathclyde testing the technology. Credit: University of Strathclyde

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