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The Doctor Will See Through You Now

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RealView Imaging Ltd., an Israel-based company that develops a 3D holographic display and interface system for use in medical procedures, has recently completed a $10 million investment round led by Chinese firm LongTec China Ventures.

The company’s technology enables doctors to view a real-time 3D hologram of a patient’s anatomy “floating in the air” and interact with it either by stylus or with their hands.

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Gust MEES's curator insight, November 26, 2014 4:06 PM

RealView Imaging Ltd., an Israel-based company that develops a 3D holographic display and interface system for use in medical procedures, has recently completed a $10 million investment round led by Chinese firm LongTec China Ventures.

The company’s technology enables doctors to view a real-time 3D hologram of a patient’s anatomy “floating in the air” and interact with it either by stylus or with their hands.


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A Tattoo That Monitors Your Sweat [VIDEO]

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Researchers at UCSD at developing technology that will create a tattoo that monitors your sweat to provide an assessment of metabolic health.

 

A team at the University of California-San Diego are looking into sensors applied to the skin, much like a temporary tattoo. In the journal Analytical Chemistry, researchers explain these thin strips of adhesive can monitor an athlete’s chemical balance to gauge their physical activity.

 


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Gust MEES's curator insight, July 24, 2013 9:20 AM

 

A team at the University of California-San Diego are looking into sensors applied to the skin, much like a temporary tattoo. In the journal Analytical Chemistry, researchers explain these thin strips of adhesive can monitor an athlete‚Äôs chemical balance to gauge their physical activity.

 

 

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CAVE2 (TM) Hybrid Reality Environment - Trailer 2

Second Trailer for CAVE2 Hybrid Reality System, 2012. http://www.evl.uic.edu/core.php?mod=4&type=1&indi=424 At 37 Megapixels of 3D resolution, CAVE2 is the w...

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Gust MEES's curator insight, March 9, 2013 5:02 PM

 

A MUST watch, WOW!


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Tiny robotic scallops can swim through blood and eyeball fluid to fix you up

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For years now, scientists have been trying to develop microscopic robots that can swim through bodily fluids and repair damaged cells or deliver medicine. Now, scientists from the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems in Germany believe they've got the perfect design -- in the form of scallops so small, they can barely be seen by the naked eye. These micro-robo-scallops move back and forth to swim through blood, eyeball fluids and other liquids inside our body. The scientists believe mimicking the way a true scallop swims is ideal, due to a number of reasons.



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Gust MEES's curator insight, November 7, 2014 6:34 PM

For years now, scientists have been trying to develop microscopic robots that can swim through bodily fluids and repair damaged cells or deliver medicine. Now, scientists from the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems in Germany believe they've got the perfect design -- in the form of scallops so small, they can barely be seen by the naked eye. These micro-robo-scallops move back and forth to swim through blood, eyeball fluids and other liquids inside our body. The scientists believe mimicking the way a true scallop swims is ideal, due to a number of reasons.



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Yes, For Real, It’s An Invisible Bicycle Helmet And It IS Awesome

Yes, For Real, It’s An Invisible Bicycle Helmet And It IS Awesome | Chasing the Future | Scoop.it
I love smart design, when you can just look at a product or service and be able to see the methodical, thorough, detail-oriented thinking process that went behind it, aimed at solving a problem, innovating, and disregarding convention.

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Gust MEES's curator insight, March 28, 2013 2:07 PM

 

A MUST watch video, great idea!!!