5+ Year Member
- May 22, 2014
- Medical Student (Accepted)
I've got a few iddas of how it could be applied, but I'd rather patent them than post them publicly.Hey all,
I recently ran across the Microsoft HoloLens (see link), which is a headset that enables the user to participate in *augmented reality*, which is basically a combination of reality and virtual reality. There are a lot of ways to use the device, and I was really curious to hear thoughts about it from the surgical community. Can this be applied to surgery in any useful ways? If you think so, what current problems in surgery can this tackle. What problems does it potentially introduce?
Thanks for your input! Hope to have a lively discussion on this one!