A view of the physical real-world environment with superimposed computer-generated images, thus changing the perception of reality, is the AR.
While we live in a 3D world, all our medical knowledge has been applied to 2D media losing real world perspective. This means our medical students are learning based on inaccurate charts and graphical interpretations rather than accurate representations.
Imagine HoloLens enabled medicine where students and doctors can learn and practice with life sized 3D representations of a patient. Imagine the ability to scale in and out or demo body structures that can be disassembled and reassembled in real-time with 3D instruments and devices. Imagine a real-time 3D view or overlay to assist surgeons during a complex procedure
The HoloLens healthcare use cases are limitless and include these scenarios. • A holographic simulation to prepare for a complex surgery.
Prepare with a 3D interactive representation of the surgical issue.
One of the biggest challenges for students learning anatomy is understanding the body in three dimensions and how the different systems fit together.
Patients can take advantage of visual guides and demos to understand how a specific medical device or technology functions.
A 3D view of patient information will revolutionize medical diagnostics.
3D Visual Guide
Ultimately, the device may be able to provide a real-time 3D guide to assist the practitioner during procedures.
Microsoft HoloLens is the first self-contained, holographic computer, enabling the interaction with high- definition holograms by bringing them to life in a physical environment. HoloLens is a revolutionary technology that brings new ways to: visualize our work, share ideas with each other, teach and learn, collaborate, and create things we imagine.
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