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Google Glass: through a surgeon's eyes

Dr. Heather Evans, a trauma surgeon at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, discussed future applications of Glass in telemedicine, documentation and surgical skills training at the 2013 NYeHealth Digital Health Conference.
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Heather Evans

on 13 January 2016

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Transcript of Google Glass: through a surgeon's eyes

Training
Communication
Seeing with new eyes
Documentation
Hands-free telemedicine
Rafael Grossmann
Ismail Nabeel
Martin Olsen
Christian Assad
Augmented reality wearable computer
Hands free access to the internet
Camera (5MP, 720p)
Bluetooth, WiFi, 16GB storage
Kathie Browne
Jeris Miller
Andrew Wright
Andrew Mesher
Michal Galdzicki
Alan Au
Keir Warner
UW Glass Team
Google+ Gurus
Med Glass Explorers
Tweeps
Wen Dombrowski
Allison Linney
Tom Varghese
operative "note"
personal health record
Decision Support
Checklists, protocols
Remote assistance
Remote coaching
Patient-perspective feedback
How do I want to use Glass?
thanks

@heatherevansmd
google.com/+heatherevans
hlevans@uw.edu

http://www.google.com/glass/start/how-to-get-one/
contact
Glass anatomy
touchpad,
microphone,
CPU
camera
battery
bone
conduction
speaker
display
titanium frame
light and proximity sensors, gyroscope, accelerometer
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