University of Findlay teaches medical students with augmented reality googles
by Derek Heid | July 21st, 2022
FINDLAY, Ohio — Medical teachers and students at the University of Findlay recently added a new one-of-a-kind technology to their studies: augmented reality goggles. The university is the only school in the country to have access to this technology and are training all of their students on how to use it.
“It’s a very known issue that [sonographers] get work related muscular skeletal issues,” said Sarah Niese, instructor and clinical coordinator of echocardiography program at the University of Findlay. “Trying to prevent those in sonographers that have been doing this for a long time is the goal of these goggles.”
Created by Cleveland-based company MediView, the googles allow medical workers to see a never-before-seen angle while treating patients […read more ]
by Charlie Fink | forbes.com