วันอาทิตย์ที่ 20 พฤษภาคม พ.ศ. 2555


colinneagle writes with an excerpt from Network World: "Guy and St Thomas' Hospital in London, began testing a camera Kinect led last week that could detect the position of the body and shaking hands with his mother, the surgeon can pass screened through medical imaging such as CT or X-ray in real time, while in the middle of an operation. during surgery, the surgeon will stop and consult medical images anywhere once per hour to every few minutes. Thus, the surgeon does not leave the table, the doctor working with the public, but sometimes, if you want to do things to your satisfaction, you have to do yourself. Dr. Tom Carrell, a vascular surgeon Guy and St. Thomas, described an operation of the aorta of patients earlier this month for the magazine New Scientist. "until now, had called across the room at one of our technical assistants, asking them to manipulate the image, rotate in one direction, turn the other roll up, scroll down, zoom in, zoom out. "With the Kinect, he says," I had some very intuitive controls. "


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