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How Virtual, Augmented Reality Can Impact Radiology and Health Care with Mike Wesolowski, CEO at Luxsonic

So all of that hardware and all that software, and now we can replace it with a virtual reality. And that headset doesn't have to necessarily be connected to a computer. We can use all-in-one headsets, like, you know, the Oculus or the HTC, Vive focus three and really enable the radiologist to take that workflow with them anywhere.

https://www.solvecast.com/articles/detai...

How Virtual, Augmented Reality Can Impact Radiology and Health Care with Mike Wesolowski, CEO at Luxsonic

Taking the entire concept of that radiologist's office and virtualizing the entire thing. So that the radiologist can now take all of the hardware and all of the software that's needed to review a patient's data. And they can take that office and that workflow with them anywhere in the world with an internet connection.

https://www.solvecast.com/articles/detai...