"Grossmann set up the Hangout in advance and used it to connect up to a nearby iPad, which displayed the images he was live-streaming through his Google Glass headset.Doctor Performs First Google Glass-Equipped Surgery | News & Opinion | PCMag.com
"I was able to show not just the patient's abdomen, but also the endoscopic view, in a very clever, simple and inexpensive way. I think that there should be ways to directly stream the endoscopic view thru Google Glass (My friend @Julianmb, also a Google Explorer, and his team of experts from @Droiders are working on that!) but this was a "Poor's Man's" set up," Grossmann writes."
Tuesday, June 25, 2013
Doctor Performs First Google Glass-Equipped Surgery | News & Opinion | PCMag.com
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