Veterinary ultrasound company BCF Technology has released a new version of its BUG viewing goggles device. The new goggles are a binocular style device, providing a softer, larger and wider image using LCD technology.
Veterinary ultrasound company BCF Technology has released a new version of their BUG viewing goggles device. The new VGA BUG viewing device is a binocular providing a softer, larger and wider image using LCD technology.
BUG goggles can be used with Easi-Scan and Duo-Scan ultrasound scanners. They allow you to see the ultrasound image in front of your eyes while keeping your peripheral vision, so you can see what’s going on around you.
The goggles are lightweight (235g) and can be worn all day without strain, the company claims.
Annie Makin from BCF Engineer said: “The new VGA BUGs have been developed as a result of customer feedback. Customers told us that they like the lower cost of the LCD BUGs with their softer image to the OLED version.
“Some customers did ask if we could make the image appear closer, so we developed this for the new VGA BUGs. The VGA BUGs have a softer, larger and wider image which customers responded well to in the testing stages.”
The new VGA BUGs cost £960/€1,200 and the OLED BUGs cost £1,680/€2,100.
Free VGA BUGs available
With the special summer deals from BCF, buy an Easi-Scan package for £5,520/€6,900 (which includes an Easi-Scan, two batteries and a carry case) and you will get a free set of VGA BUGs. This offer is available until September 30, 2012.