The Microsoft HoloLens is a game changer. The device brought mixed reality into the mainstream. The HoloLens has see-through holographic lenses that use an advanced optical projection system to generate multi-dimensional full-color holograms with very low latency so you can see holographic objects in your world. The key to a great holographic experience is holograms that are light point rich, i.e. have a high holographic density, and are pinned or anchored to the world around you.
Now, a recent application developed for the HoloLens by a partnership between Exelus and HoloForge (forming Nomadeec) is bringing the HoloLens into the first responder environment.
Along the same lines of what BrighterSight envisions as the future of wearables for paramedics, Nomadeec uses the HoloLens as a heads up display for vital signs of patients. The HoloLens allows users to interact using gestures. The idea here is that the paramedic can use gestures to interact with data. This concept could lead to telemedicine of the future and the new way paramedics will do patient diagnostics.
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