WiMi Hologram Cloud (WiMi) has developed an innovative endoscopy system that leverages holographic imaging, specifically tailored for complex programmable logic devices (CPLD).
The new system is aimed at facilitating the miniaturisation of medical devices and the development of medical optoelectronic microsensors.
The CPLD wireless endoscopy system uses a microelectromechanical system, which comprises micro sensors to detect external digital information, signal processing, control actuators, communication interfaces, power supplies and control circuits.
In addition, the system includes components for the integration of acquisition and processing of holographic digital information in an integrated microsystem.
WiMi’s system comprises a host and a hologram acquisition endoscope. The original image is captured by the hologram acquisition endoscope, processed by compressed transmission and then wirelessly transmitted to the host.
The compressed data is received by the host and then forwarded to the host system. Within the host system, hologram restoration management software is deployed to showcase the holographic digital image.
The hologram acquisition endoscope incorporates a CPLD chip and features a complementary metal oxide semiconductor lens dedicated to capturing holograms.
It provides lossless digital image compression and wireless data transmission while supporting the acquisition and control of parameters such as temperature, pressure and light sensing.
The system facilitates the uninterrupted collection of holographic data.
The command is sent by the host control system, while the hologram acquisition endoscope receives the command from the system management software via a wireless signal.
The host management software transmits commands to receive the compressed content, performs the decoding of the compressed digital images and showcases the 3D holographic endoscopic graphics.