Concepts like virtual reality in healthcare, artificial intelligence and robotics all point to an exciting view forward, where technologies that only recently seemed like science fiction can start having a meaningful and (hopefully) positive impact on our individual lives, and society as a whole.
Challenging of Virtual Reality in Healthcare
Healthcare a universal priority is a worth while focus point for this blending. Challenging in application development for A.I. and VR/AR for healthcare:
- Hospital or healthcare facility management and workflow visualisation, planning and implementing.
- On demand patient healthcare triage system to prioritise medical or surgical emergencies.
- On demand patient home diagnosis. (limited without clinical judgement and examination)
- Artificially intelligent VR/AR assistants for Medical doctors to reduce errors.
- Medical education and simulation training adaptive to the own users learning style to optimise learning and retaining knowledge.
- Demonstrating the neural pathway of the artificially intelligent system in use: There will be a point where the AI being used for healthcare reaches a point that we as humans cannot comprehend the process. VR/AR represents a method by which these processes can be explained to us more effectively than code.
- Doctor’s Bag
- Health Living Lab
- Hospital of the Future and Live Operations
Rafael J. Grossmann Zamora, MD, FACS
As a healthcare futurist, being a full-time practicing surgeon, gives him the rare skills, qualities and advantages that clinicians have but most technology innovators lack.
Now students can use Microsoft’s HoloLens augmented-reality technology to walk around and interact with a three-dimensional representation of a body.
“Smart glasses, Augmented, Virtual and Mixed Reality will revolutionize the way we practice and teach medicine” Devices like @AtheerAir glass, Hololens, Bridge and HTC Vive (shown above) have unlimited, disruptive possibilities.
HoloLens system uses augmented reality to aid spinal surgery
Case Western & Cleveland Clinic using augmented reality for medical education
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Daydream’s power comes from apps and games designed and built by an active community of developers. Join us and help shape the future of virtual reality.
VR powered Smartphones
Daydream-ready phones are built for VR with high-resolution displays, ultra smooth graphics, and high-fidelity sensors for precise head tracking. To give you even more choices to enjoy Daydream, we’re welcoming new devices that will soon join the Daydream-ready family.
Initially backed on Kickstarter and then acquired by Facebook in 2014, Oculus has released 2 developer kits (DK1 & DK2) and the consumer-ready headset, the Oculus Rift (CV1) in 2016. VR games and experiences created for one Oculus device are often not compatible with the others.
HTC Vive runs on Windows and requires a high-end PC or Laptop. You’ll need a “play area” of at least 1.5m x 2m to use most of the content, although it also works with seated and standing experiences. Hand controllers and lighthouse tracking cameras are included with the headset, enabling room-scale experiences.
OSVR has two main parts: open-source hardware and open-source software. The hardware consist of virtual reality goggles called the Hacker Development Kit. OSVR allows virtual reality developers to detect, configure and operate virtual reality devices across a wide range of operating systems.
Samsung Gear VR
GearVR is a mobile VR headset that works with Samsung smartphones. These currently include the Note 5, S6 and S7 (including the Edge and Edge+ models). GearVR works by inserting your smartphone into the headset, no additional computer is needed to run this device.
The Daydream View works with Google VR Ready phones and includes a hand controller. It Is a mobile VR headset that works by inserting your smartphone into the headset, no additional computer is needed to run this device.
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