Just Hack it Together
Commodity parts, powerful processors and clever algorithms are changing ophthalmology – cheaply.
Mark Hillen |
This month’s cover story features the work of Carl Glittenberg. He’s taking OCT images of a patient’s retina, rendering them in three dimensions, and if you have the Oculus Rift (a truly excellent and non-vomit-inducing virtual reality [VR] helmet), you can inspect the inside of that retina from whatever angle you like. The implications are profound for surgical planning, training, consultation and patient education – why is this now possible?
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