Augmented reality in medicine
You can generate objects in a variety of sensory modalities, including visual, auditory, haptic, somatosensory, and olfactory. All this happens average virtual space, which physiological data from multiple sources can be monitored in real time. This maturation technology takes into account the correct presentation of 3-D anatomical information that patients actually enjoy.
For example, augmented reality has been shown to have a great purpose in surgery and surgical training. Similar statistics from the Harvard Business Review, “How to Increase Reality Will Make Surgery Safer,” the potential for augmented reality for a one-time search for image data and other patient information, could save lives and reduce medical errors. One type of relatively well-known augmented reality that can be found in a medical simulation product is Google Glass, a brand of smart glasses with an optical display mounted on its head. HealthySimula.com is dedicated to the latest Augmented Reality and MedSim news from around the world.