AR and VR in Healthcare || What are the Top Challenges??
The communication, simulation, treatment and research in healthcare have dramatically been enhanced by the touch of technology. The use of AR/VR in healthcare is going to be widespread in terms of intraoperative surgery, training of healthcare professionals, physiotherapy, better diagnosis, anatomy,
visualization and much more in the coming times. In fact reality technologies can also be used to record some of the best surgeries by top surgeons which can be played to students so that they can get the first-hand experience of it.
Augmented reality is a technology that blends real-world elements with virtual ones. For example, a person might visit a trade show and aim their smartphone at a display to activate an AR experience that allows them to see a computer-generated version of a product.
Both technologies typically respond to real-time changes, such as how a person moves. Thus, the technologies need extremely low latency to work seamlessly for users. Additionally, VR and AR seek to give people experiences that are not possible to achieve quickly in the real world alone.
· Realistic 3D visualization
· Advanced learning
· Enhanced patient care and education
· Virtual assistance in medical facilities
· Digital entertainment in hospitals