Using Google Glass to solve communication and surgical education challenges in the operating room.

  title={Using Google Glass to solve communication and surgical education challenges in the operating room.},
  author={Omid Moshtaghi and Kanwar S Kelley and William B. Armstrong and Yaser Ghavami and Jeffery Gu and Hamid R Djalilian},
  journal={The Laryngoscope},
  volume={125 10},
INTRODUCTION Although the use of video recording became popularized in otolaryngology beginning in 1959, a new generation of wearable technology has evolved. One of these technologies includes a device called Google Glass (Google, Inc., Mountain View, CA), hereafter referred to simply as Glass. This device allows the capture of video from the perspective of the wearer. In addition, it provides an interface to access the Internet, communicate with others, and use applications hands free—relying… CONTINUE READING
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