Femoral Cath in 360VR- Hyperframe Edition
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Dr. Brandon Winchester, the regional anesthesia fellowship director at the Andrews Institute for Orthopedics & Sports Medicine, performs a continuous perineural femoral catheter for postoperative pain control for a left knee osteochondral allograft for an osteochondral defect. This video was filmed using a 360 degree 4K virtual reality video camera rig with dual spherical lenses that capture everything around the camera. The edited version on blockjocks.com uses a new technology called Hyperframe Director Mode which allows any 360 degree camera angle to be panned, tilted, and zoomed into a 1080p HD video with smooth transitions. To learn more about Hyperframe Director Mode click here: http://bit.ly/hyperframearticle
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