A startup based in northern Israel has made that a reality. And it seems that investors are enthusiastic about the idea, too – last week, RealView Imaging raised $10 million in a Series C round of financing. RealView Imaging’s Holoscope-i system creates 3D volumetric holograms based on data from medical imaging, which float in free space, allowing physicians a unique form of access to the patient’s anatomy during invasive procedures.

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