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    MRI video goggles were designed to assist Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) patients from experiencing the effects of claustrophobia by providing 3d video and audio. The goggles immerse the patient DVD video and audio assisting them in avoiding the uncomfortable feeling and mental anxiety of being in a very small contained area for a period of time. It is expected that the experience will also assist the patient in relaxing during the exam, assisting the technician in getting a better scan result.

    The experience

    The goggles produce a video image that is similar to what a person would experience from a five foot display screen set about ten feet away from the viewer. The goggles also provide a noise cancelling headset, and stereophonic sound. The patient can use one of a selection of on site DVD relaxation titles, or their favorite DVD video title. The goggles are lightweight, and could be worn by a child or an adult for an extended period of time. The image resolution is 180,000 pixels.

    BenefitsMRI Video Goggles

    The goggles are put in use to reduce patient cancellations, and minimize sedations due to claustrophobic effects.

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    6 comments
    1. cathy

      13 October, 2011 at 2:56 pm

       can you email some information about the video googles for MRI. Thank you.

      Reply
      • Michael Mann

        24 April, 2012 at 2:45 am

        Gave me a migrane, goggles hurt your head

        Reply
    2. LaMarTEK

      6 July, 2011 at 10:32 pm

      Why are the goggles able to be used in the MRI machine?  There must be gold, copper, sliver or aluminum in them.

      Reply
      • David salvadorini

        24 September, 2011 at 2:00 pm

        great question..there are no ferrous materials, and copper shielding is used.
        see cinemavision.biz

        Reply
    3. David Salvadorini

      27 June, 2011 at 3:29 pm

      Used them and loved them.  cinemavision is the best.

      Reply
      • Mike Davis

        24 April, 2012 at 2:42 am

        Cinema Vision sucked! it made me more claustrophobic

        Reply
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