Augmented reality may have a future in health care

medical technology

Report explores the use of augmented reality in MRI procedures Researchers from Johns Hopkins University, a private research university based in Maryland, have produced a study concerning augmented reality and its uses in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). According to the study, augmented reality could be a useful tool for health care professionals and could enable more accuracy in various medical practices. The study suggests that the interactive nature of augmented reality, as well as its ability to enable health care professionals to see medical situations in a new way, could…

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Augmented reality system could help astronauts perform complicated surgeries while on mission

Augmented Reality Technology

Augmented reality has been gaining more attention for its possible applications in the medical field. The technology could give surgeons a way to perform surgeries. The European Space Agency (ESA) has developed a new augmented reality system called the Computer Assisted Medical Diagnosis and Surgery System (CAMDASS). The agency believes that this system could be a major benefit for astronauts with medical training and could prepare them for any medical emergencies that arise during lengthy missions. Currently, CAMDASS is being used for diagnostic purposes. Using the system’s head-mounted device, astronauts…

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