A Made in Italy of Excellence in Digital Dentistry
In recent years, the evolution of digital technologies has brought great changes in the dental sector: for this reason D.T.U. (Dental Technology Update) has set itself the goal of improving the work of dentists by adopting Epson Moverio smartglasses and integrating them with the exclusive Smart View Glasses software for the support with augmented reality.
"We chose Epson - explains Quang Tri Nguyen, Digital Innovation Manager of D.T.U. - because in our opinion it makes one of the best devices in the world. We tried several other devices, but the Moverio's technology actually proved to be the best on the market. "
Epson smartglasses chosen by D.T.U. are the Moverio BT-350: designed with the utmost attention to aspects such as ease of use, durability and comfort, which offer innovative, more advanced and engaging experiences and content than those available on smartphones, tablets and audio guides, thanks also to the transparent lenses that allow stereoscopic vision.
In the application created by D.T.U., the detailed visual field in a full-screen with transparency, the ergonomics that allow correct working posture and real-time synchronization with the wireless CAD system are features that meet the needs of dentists. The innovative projection technology allows the perfect overlapping of the contents in augmented reality to the images of the real world, allowing you to work hands-free.
Today D.T.U. develops, creates and integrates new technologies, adapting them to the needs of operators in the sector: one of the innovations concerns Epson's Moverio smartglasses, which on the one hand facilitate the work of dentists in a revolutionary way and on the other entertain patients while they are in the chair.
As confirmed by Paolo Molfino: “Smart glasses with intra-oral scanning function were recently introduced by D.T.U. in the dental field, and today they record a significant increase in diffusion thanks to the ability to improve the work of dentists and thanks to Epson who supported us in development. "