Augmented Reality in Health Care: Here to Stay or a Passing Fad?

    Augmented reality (AR) technology uses sensors, cameras, and projectors to superimpose computer-generated images, holograms, and videos over the user’s view of the real environment.

    There is a new wave of attention on AR as major technology companies and a range of startups compete to see who can finally deliver on the hype. Health care is a consistent target for AR applications, but adoption is still low, and many stakeholders are unsure if the technology can truly improve business operations and patient outcomes.

    This research report gives you an overview of AR, vendor profiles, and a number of AR applications being used for medical research and patient care.

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