Microsoft's HoloLens may be big advancement in health IT

Microsoft's HoloLens innovation poses extraordinary potential in the healthcare realm, from boosting educational strategies and teaching approaches to simulating complex surgeries and helping surgical teams avoid missteps, according to an article at MedCity News.

The technology, introduced at Microsoft's Windows 10 OS conference last week, is seen by industry watchers as very compelling given the impact it could have on care, reports MedCity News.

HoloLens consists of smart goggles boasting a CPU and GPU, sensors, miniature projectors, speakers and tapping holograms, augmented reality and 3-D capabilities, according to the article. Article

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