The results of a six-month test are in, and Google Glass passed with flying colors. Doctors at Rhode Island Hospital used Glass last year in the emergency room, specifically testing it in skin-related cases where consultation was needed with an off-site dermatologist. Emergency room physicians wore Glass to communicate with a specialist, relaying images of [...]
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Here are your Google Glass headlines for the week. Enjoy! Developing for Glass Google Glass Partner, CrowdOptic, Granted U.S. Patent 9,020,832, PR Web Glass (The Device) A Lesson from Google Glass: Think in First Person, PBS Life After The (Alleged) Death Of Google Glass, Forbes Can Google Un-Break Google Glass?, The Next Web Three lies [...]
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Source: Mobile Health News In A Nut Shell – “Google Glass is an early device that was originally designed for other uses and now we are pushing it to its engineering limits… I think our conclusion is these are early days but these are devices in real production. We are able to demonstrate real utility, although
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Source : Wall Street Journal Scanadu announced, yesterday at the WSJD Live conference in Laguna Beach, Calif., a home based lab kit that will enable consumers to check vitals and urinalysis from the comfort of their home – with mobile connectivity. The innovative solution costs a fraction of hospital based labs and provides results in only minutes.
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