In this article Gema Climent, CIO of Nesplora Technology and Behaviour, explains how virtual reality can be used to evaluate brain disorders. It’s an efficient way to measure cognitive function more accurately than old methods. A more surprising thing is that patients are more motivated to be evaluated because VT tools are easy to use and more “fun”. Enter Nesplora Technology and Behaviour and its VR-based evaluation tools for mental disorders: A set of virtual…"Virtual reality for better diagnosis of mental disorders"
“Nano Simbox” is a application to discover molecular and atomic scale of matter. It’s design to be immersive, fully interactive and collaborative. As Dr. David Glowacki said, this application show the motion of each particles and allow you to “feel” hidden electrical interactions, or more precisely to explore many different configurations of atoms with your hands. It’s very efficient for education but also for researchers to find new components. Having a sense of the invisible…"How virtual reality can change the way we see our molecular world"
Vous trouverez dans cet article un résumé de la journée “Big Bang Santé” organisée par Le Figaro. Des nanotechnologies à la robotique, des IA à l’éthique, de nombreux sujets y ont été abordés, qui reflètent bien l’ampleur des questionnement actuelles sur l’évolution de la médecine dans les années qui viennent. le futurologue Joël de Rosnay a conclu la journée en livrant sa vision du monde pour… l’an 2500. Un monde dans lequel nous souscrirons à…"Big Bang Santé: un voyage vertigineux dans la médecine de demain"
In this TEDx video Nadine Hachach-Haram (CEO of Proximie) explains how surgeons can use immersive technologies to be “teleported” everywhere in the world to perform a surgical intervention. By using augmented reality, robotic, IA and high-speed network it will be possible to give patients access to the surgeon they need. Surgeon and entrepreneur Nadine Hachach-Haram is developing a new system that helps surgeons operate together and train one another on new techniques — from remote…"Nadine Hachach-Haram: How augmented reality could change the future of surgery"
In a poster presentation at the Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery (CARS) 2018, Nicole Wake (doctoral candidate ) explains how augmented reality can help surgeons to better understand patient anatomy. In the particular case of prostate cancer, the preoperative planning is closely related to relationships between the tumor and nearby structures. The use of a Hololens AR helmet to “see it” is “considerably more useful ” according to surgeons who test the solution. Reesearchers from New York University School of…"Augmented reality optimizes prostate cancer surgery"