A telesurgical unit is a still mostly theoretical hospital surgical unit that is equipped for telesurgery – surgery on a patient without the operating surgeon being physically present. A few examples do exist, but for the most part, they are still restricted to laproscopic operations only.
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Released December 2005, the CyberMan GVD510-3D head-mounted display is a stereoscopic display unit, with a resolution of 640 x 480. Made by Kopin Corporation, China, this unit is essentially part of the new trend of video eyewear, combining HUD and HMD in one device.
The GPU, or graphics processing unit is the heart of any 3D accelerator graphics care. It is a powerful workhorse, frequently more powerful than a PC?s CPU ? central processing unit ? and dedicated solely to graphics. The pace of GPU advancement has picked up substantially in recent years, with Nvidia and ATI Technologies, going at it hammer and tongs, to try and outdo one another.
Part one of a four part series taking a look at the French film Chrysalis and the views expressed within on how a telesurgical operation would work. Part one deals with the basic concepts.
Part three of a four part series taking a look at the French film Chrysalis and the views expressed within on how a telesurgical operation would work. Part three examines the interface technology the surgeon uses and how nearly all of it is capabilities we already have.
Part four of a four part series taking a look at the French film Chrysalis and the views expressed within on how a telesurgical operation would work. Part four wraps things up, looking at how the film extrapolates the technologies to logically follow.
Part two of a four part series taking a look at the French film Chrysalis and the views expressed within on how a telesurgical operation would work. Part two looks at the display technologies used to render the patient on the surgeon's end and compares to technologies we have today.
There is a firm, which specialises in phone and telehealth services to help relieve the stress of hospitalisation. They provide a telephone/television unit next to the beds of more than 160 NHS trust hospitals in the United Kingdom. They may well be abusing their priviledged position.
Fluidhand is a product of the Orthopaedic University Hospital in Heidelberg, Germany. It is the first complete hand prosthesis in which each finger moves separately, without being a separate unit.
One of the first mobile clinical assistants to hit the market, was the Philips MCA in 2006. Created as a partnership between Philips and Intel, this relatively primitive wireless data input unit, was designed to be held in one hand, and interacted with by a stylus in the other.
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South Korea's Samsung Electronics has said it is considering spinning-off its Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) unit in a bid to streamline its business.
The move comes as the unit saw its sales dip more than 10% last year amid s...
Its official, video eyewear is taking off in a big way. The latest of these half-breeds between HMDs and HUDs is Seventh Heaven's 'Portable Home Theatre'.
A monoscopic unit, this eyewear unit, actually closer to a HMD than...
A unit launched this month will allow police and juries to visualise crime scenes without having to go there. The Scottish Police Services Authority will explain how a crime took place using animation and 3D reconstructions.
Foundry Networks, Hewlett PAckard, and 3com have all announced that they are extending 10-Gigabit ethernet switching into their low end products.
This move means that 10-gigabit capable networks, costing an average of $11,000...
Sonitus Medical out of San Mateo, California is a company that's betting on bone conducting dental hearing implant technology. The SoundBite Hearing System that the firm is developing consists of a unit that has a microphone and wireless t...