A Medical Tech Startup in Korea called Medical IP is revolutionizing the medical service industry using AI and 3D printing. They specialize in AI-powered medical imaging technology, image segmentation, 3D printing technology, and XR technology. They have their proprietary intellectual properties that they have developed for many years. This includes over 10 patents as well as over 30 SCI (Science Citation Index) journal papers. Medical IP is one of the few medical companies that incorporate 3D printing technology with AI. Not only does Medical IP offer the best human organ 3D printing services but it works with medical professionals in regards to analyzing and verifying the software and the organ models. These medical professionals come from many departments such as radiology, surgery, pathology, and so on.

Solutions offered by Medical IP


Medical IP MEDIPMEDIP stands for Medical Image Processing. It is Medical IP’s software for processing medical images and creating 3D models. These 3D models represent the patient’s anatomy for clinical analysis and medical intervention. It can convert sequential 2D modular medical images into a 3D model that also can be exported as Standard Tessellation Language (STL) files or others (OBJ. 3MF, VRML, etc). MEDIP uses advanced algorithms for noise reduction to enhance not only the resolution of the medical image but also the segmentation result.

With MEDIP, users can segment and analyze a targeted organ with a few simple clicks. Furthermore, it can be equipped with a VR headset and controllers so doctors can view and navigate the inside of a patient’s body. The details this software can produce are better than any image-processing software out there today. It can change 2D data to 3D and even 4D mesh datasets.


Medical IP CovidThe MEDIP software has led to the MEDIP COVID-19 which is the first free software for AI-driven automatic CT analysis for COVID-19. Using MEDIP COVID-19, doctors can judge the severity of a patient’s condition and prioritize treatments accordingly. In addition, It uses deep learning technology to detect pneumonia lesions from a CT image in 1 minute.


Medical IPANTADEL is a 3D printing service for anatomical models. It prints customized 3D organs using high-performance medical image segmentation, analysis software, and medical printing technology. Therefore they can create a nearly 3D perfect replica of a patient’s organ. For over a decade, malpractice has become one of the most difficult healthcare issues in the world. The 3D organs that are printed by ANTADEL are similar to real organs in texture, feeling, and elasticity. This includes multi-organ segmentation, numerical analysis, and 3D printing processes. Therefore, these 3D organs benefit doctors, patients, and medical students by supporting the surgical plan and the surgical simulation. This 3D printing service can provide precise organ segmentation ranging from small blood vessels to airways that are less than 1mm.


Medical IP DeepCatchDeepCatch uses deep learning algorithms that analyze body composition within a few minutes. It takes only 3 minutes to analyze the whole body and 2 minutes to analyze only the abdomen area. The distribution of adipose tissues and muscles in 3D offers doctors valuable medical data for numerous applications. Therefore doctors can easily check the body composition and distribution from CT images. Enhanced imaging and non-enhanced imaging is available with DeepCatch. DeepCatch can be used to find accurate body composition data on drug abuse patients, provide an accurate body fat indicator about morbidity, and get detailed body composition for patients suffering from sarcopenia.


The MDBOX is a 3D digital anatomy table with a multi-touch screen and an electric rotation function. Therefore, the MDBOX is a great way to show a patient’s medical images to large audiences. You can rotate the screen vertically and adjust the height to have a comfortable view and bring MDBox to any place in the hospital. In addition, the MDBOX overcomes the disadvantages of using a cadaver such as high cost, high demand for facilities, and the health risk from chemical exposure.

Medical IP has won the FDA’s nod for its medical imaging analysis solution Medical Image Processing (Medip).


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