Vicarious Surgical Stock – Surgical Robots With VR

“Vicarious Surgical develops virtual reality (VR) software for minimally invasive surgery procedures.” That’s what Crunchbase says today, and that’s what we thought they were doing when we first wrote about the company back in 2017 in a piece titled 15 Virtual Reality Startups in Healthcare. At the time, we didn’t think VR surgeries made much sense. Does a surgeon really need to have a 360-degree field of vision to do a remote surgery? Or can they – as they’re already doing today with robot-assisted surgeries – just view what’s happening on a screen? Turns out we know eff all about what surgeons need, and there are apparently use cases for both.

About Vicarious Surgical

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Founded in 2015, Bahstun startup Vicarious Surgical has taken in just over $43 million in funding from investors that include renowned venture capital firm Khosla, Eric Schmidt’s Innovation Endeavors, Marc Benioff of Salesforce, and America’s most eligible bachelor, Sir William of Gates. Vicarious recently announced their intention to go public using a

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