Smart Glass Applications in Healthcare

Ruby Yao, Nov 14th, 2017

As technology is rapidly developing, innovative technology may improve efficiency in health care. Augmented reality (AR) glasses, through smart glasses that overlay digital information on the real-world environment, is a potential option. Applications of smart glasses in clinical and surgery practices can reduce distractions and ease procedures for clinicians and surgeons, but, as we will describe, some limitations of smart glasses hinder general use and require further development.

 

Professionals in the healthcare industry are often busy…

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The words “AR” and “VR” appear frequently in the tech news these days. This article will summarize different points of view regarding the future adoption of these emerging technologies.

Augmented reality (AR) is a set of technology that imposes data and images on physical worlds and virtual reality (VR) replaces the physical world with a “computer generated environment”. Michael E. Porter (Professor of Harvard Business School), and James E. Heppelmann (president and CEO of PTC) indicate…

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Celebration of TO Wearable Ecosystem

Martin Labrecque, Aug 4th, 2016

On July 26th we had the great opporunity to join Tom Emrich and We Are Wearables Toronto for the Mars Discovery District Meetup. At the event, we were able to pitch BreqLabs to the public and showcase our prepared demo to over 800 attending guests. At the Meetup were several VR development companies as well as wearable tech focusing on fitness and health. We demonstrated a version of our…

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Celebration of TO Wearable Ecosystem

Room-scale hand tracking for VR

Martin Labrecque, Jul 22nd, 2016

Walking in Room-Scale VR

Martin Labrecque, Jul 3rd, 2016

Walking in Room-scale VR
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