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Philips and Microsoft unveiled a unique concept of an operating room using mixed reality

Philips and Microsoft unveiled a unique concept of an operating room using mixed reality
Philips and Microsoft presented a unique concept of an operating room using mixed reality at the MWC in Barcelona. It works on the Philips Azurion platform and Microsoft HoloLens2 augmented reality glasses. The technology is based on least invasive treatment methods using images and gives HoloLens2 owners access to data from the Azurion therapy system. Information is being updated in real time — right during the operation. Today this data is displayed on large 2D screens, so an intuitively controlled online projection can significantly improve the efficiency of the operation and reduce risks. As they say in Philips, the transition from open surgery to visually controlled operations is a huge step in improving medicine. Using the Azurion platform and HoloLens2, doctors can plunge into the space of augmented reality. There, important information can be controlled by voice, eye movement, or gestures. This helps to fully concentrate on patients, since complex operations receive AR-assistance. Augmented reality penetrates deeper and deeper into our lives, and now it takes care of them, too. ARROUND also cares about you and provides you with advanced technologies that improve your life.

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