Imaging is critical in detection, diagnosis and treatment monitoring. By adding augmented reality to it, we advance it to the next-gen level
The depth perception improves visualization (rotate, zoom and fly into the 3D images)
Handle large amounts of data by adding tools and artificial intelligence to connote different parts of the anatomy
Voice control and eye tracking add more opportunities in hands-free control during diagnostics
Sets of holographic images can be put anywhere in a room, scaled, and rotated. On top of that specialists can “fly” into it, seeing it layer by layer under different angles
Doctors can apply tools like measurement grids, rulers, and transparency levels. To move even further, we add an animation feature so doctors might visualize data dynamically.
It contains critical information like sex and age, diagnosis, prescribed drugs and procedures performed.