MedicAR, one of Google’s latest apps for Google Glass will surely make a grand ingress in the medical world. This app will assist the soon to be surgeons during their training phase. Students will be able to take an augmented look at the step by step surgical procedures.
According to Sanford University Dr. Homeo Rivas, although the technology used in this app is not something that the modern world is unknown about, the developer has taken a good turn by combining it with Augmented reality and Google Glass.
With MedicAR, students will be able to have a closer to real life experience of the surgery. They will be able to get a hold of the most important parts of their subject and gain expertise. Analysts, who have been tracking Google’s development as a breakthrough technology explorer, believe the new collaboration between Droiders and Google will expand market for Google Glass. As an investor, people should raise their hopes for the company stocks as this new opportunity can work as a market stimulator and take Google’s share one step further. The new technology integration will also withdraw the limitations that Augmented reality (AR) generally comes with.
Earlier, a person had to hold a Smartphone to be able to use the technology as required. However, this time users will have no such compulsion. Now users will be able to reap the benefits of Augmented reality technology without having to hold a Smartphone throughout, because they will be wearing Google Glass. Google Glass will project the images and describe the whole process in a step by step manner. Students will be able to see where to cut, where to use the surgical tools and what are the different step by step surgery procedures. All that surgeons have to do is making a temporary tattoo or a point of concentration on the patient’s skin to help the Google Glass focus on.
Droiders is a Google Glass application development start up. The new MedicAR application will create a clear and larger projection of the core surgical techniques. This will be the first of its kind as there were no integration so brilliant earlier, which could work as a hands free and convenient medical teaching tool. The most attractive feature is its prototype design. The lightweight device can be comfortable to wear during the surgery. The new The slick head mounted display of the Google Glass resembles the normal eyeglasses, but comes with more advanced technical and medical uses.