MUMBAI - The world can sometimes seem like a sci-fi movie. Wearables, head-mounted displays, and connected and autonomous vehicles create more opportunities and interactions between the physical and virtual worlds, but augmented reality (AR) is about more than that: AR helps healthcare institutions deliver quality healthcare and patient experiences. Most people know about virtual reality (VR) headsets, but a new development transforming medical data sharing and improving patient care is AR glasses.
Nick Cherukuri, chief executive and founder of ThirdEye Gen, has uncovered some of the groundbreaking ways in which AR is revolutionizing the healthcare industry, highlighting its significance and potential.1 Princeton, New Jersey-based ThirdEye is a leader, providing a complete digital end-to-end ecosystem of products in AR smart glasses and artificial intelligence software for the metaverse, along with various apps ranging from games and entertainment to enterprise applications. As a company with state-of-the-art labs and patents in the AR/mixed reality (MR) space, ThirdEye’s team boasts 20 years of diverse experience in developing advanced technology for the United States government.
ThirdEye’s involvement in AR
With a deep interest in AR, Cherukuri wanted to introduce the benefits of MR to the healthcare industry, innovating and revolutionizing patient care in the process. ThirdEye provides lightweight, hands-free, and fifth-generation network-enabled all-in-one hardware and software solutions such as its X2 MR Glasses, as well as a suite of compatible software applications aimed at different enterprise sectors. ThirdEye’s MR smart glasses include a built-in proprietary simultaneous localization and mapping system that allows for 3D environment scanning and advanced MR features unavailabThe content herein is subject to copyright by The Yuan. All rights reserved. The content of the services is owned or licensed to The Yuan. Such content from The Yuan may be shared and reprinted but must clearly identify The Yuan as its original source. Content from a third-party copyright holder identified in the copyright notice contained in such third party’s content appearing in The Yuan must likewise be clearly labeled as such.