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Sony stitches 4K and 3D video together in new medical monitors

4K TVs aren't just for picking out every detail of your favorite Hollywood heartthrob in a home cinema setup – images with that level of detail can help guide surgeons and doctors inside the body. Sony has unveiled a new line of medical monitors that are the first to combine 3D and 4K images, as well as new recorders and management systems that allow hospital staff to store and share images and video.
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