Google Glass for Documentation of Medical Findings: Evaluation in Forensic Medicine

@inproceedings{Nosta2014GoogleGF,
  title={Google Glass for Documentation of Medical Findings: Evaluation in Forensic Medicine},
  author={John Nosta and Jeff Tully and Christian J. Dameff and Timothy Dy Aungst and Urs-Vito Albrecht and Ute von Jan and Joachim Friedrich Kuebler and Christoph Zoeller and Martin Lacher and Oliver J. Muensterer and Max Ettinger and Michael Klintschar and Lars Hagemeier},
  booktitle={Journal of medical Internet research},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND Google Glass is a promising premarket device that includes an optical head-mounted display. Several proof of concept reports exist, but there is little scientific evidence regarding its use in a medical setting. OBJECTIVE The objective of this study was to empirically determine the feasibility of deploying Glass in a forensics setting. METHODS Glass was used in combination with a self-developed app that allowed for hands-free operation during autopsy and postmortem examinations… CONTINUE READING