Physicians might be asking themselves whether they should purchase Glass today. They need to realize the current applications for Glass in medicine are at a systems level, not a personal one.
I’ve been spending several hours testing Google Glass in our procedures cadaver lab to get a better understanding of the device’s hardware and software capabilities. When using the device with cadavers to practice procedures, I realized how easily Glass could be integrated into the anatomy lab by medical students. Google Glass can be made to read QR codes, and then use use this information to link to online content. Anatomy instructors could essentially tag anatomical parts with QR codes and then […]