Welcome to VetVision and VeinFinder AR

Introducing VeinFinder AR

VeinFinder AR provides unparalleled overlay visualizations to assist in venipuncture

Other products that assist in venipuncture use LIDAR technology to sense temperature changes in the skin, which has many limitations. Obese patients, lots of hair or fur, dehydration, and even the lighting of the room make it impossible to use. Our proprietary software uses an entirely different process that provides not only location but also the depth of veins. Using machine learning and our AI software, VeinFinder AR allows you to see inside of your patients for quick and accurate venipuncture saving you time and resources while providing better outcomes and comfort for your patients.

Becoming skilled at venipuncture for veterinary technicians and veterinarians takes months, if not years. VeinFinder AR can reduce that training time to nearly zero.

VeinFinder AR will dramatically increase the accuracy of venipuncture, thus improving the confidence of staff and improving the comfort of your patients.

The time waiting for technicians to get blood, prep for surgery, or perform any other procedure where veins need to be accessed will be drastically reduced by Veinfinder AR.


VeinFinder AR is one application within Awegmente’s VetVision AR, the only integrated patient visualization platform for the veterinary medical field.

VetVision uses augmented reality and machine learning to provide hands-free visualizations to assist in venipuncture and other procedures. It seamlessly merges digital information from existing medical imaging systems (X-ray, MRI, ultrasound, etc.) with the patients in front of you.

VetVision provides voice-controlled access to all imaging without removing your eyes or hands from your patient. Medical images produced by your existing systems appear overlaid in near-perfect alignment with your patient and can be toggled on and off by voice command.

VetVision creates a virtual screen in front of you, eliminating the need to look back and forth from monitors to patients, or to hold mobile phones, tablets, or other screens during procedures or examinations, thus improving outcomes, reducing procedure time, and improving accuracy.