Researchers develop unique AR health care tool for remote medical assistance

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New tech allows experienced medical professionals to remotely assist less-experienced doctors in war zones. Researchers from Purdue University have crated AR health care tools that enable experienced surgeons and physicians from around the world to help less-experienced doctors caring for those in war zones, areas that have been hit by natural disasters, and rural regions, perform complex procedures. The technology can help to minimize the number of casualties. The augmented reality (AR) tools connect health care professionals in remote areas with surgeons and physicians across the globe. As such, the…

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Smartphone battery life may be extended through app use

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A researcher at Purdue has created a mobile application to let cell phone batteries last longer. Mobile Enerlytics LLC, a tech company, has come up with a mobile app that they are now offering for free that is designed to allow users to take control of the speed at which their smartphone battery is drained, so that they can make the right choices to extend the life of their device between charges. The application provides device users with energy efficient alternative recommendations for consumer device use. Behind the Purdue Research…

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