Droiders is an app-developing startup, and today it’s launching MedicAR, a piece of Glassware that uses augmented reality to assist students studying to become surgeons. It guides them through certain procedures, showing them where to cut, what tools to use, what to do next, and how to close things back up afterwards. The video below shows it in action, and don’t worry, it’s not graphic.
The app requires the placement of a temporary tattoo on the patient’s skin, which the surgeon aims Glass towards.
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Droiders’ MedicAR Shows How Aspiring Surgeons Can Use Google Glass And Augmented Reality [Video] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.