A NOVEL SURGERY ASSISTANCE SYSTEM FOR DOCTOR'S USING AUGMENTED REALITY
Vineeth Kommisetty, kesa sai kiran, Lakkakul Dileep Kumar, Dr.C.Bennila Thangammal
AR headset, Augmented Reality, Sensors
Surgeons often look for technologies that will improve their work environment. They tend to adopt the first technology that allows their field to provide the best surgical and patient experience. The continuous development of the surgical field in the digital age has led to the highlighting of many things such as disruptive technologies in surgical practice. Reality (AR) is beginning to become more readily available, more readily available, and more important, which is why their system in health care to strengthen the medical use of data is guaranteed. Whether related to anatomy, surgical resection, or postoperative rehabilitation, applications are already being investigated for their role in their play. AR can hear the details of the installation of one or more sensors that allow the user to perform tasks efficiently. We propose a system in which important medical information is displayed on invisible mirrors embedded in the AR setting and thus integrated with the real world.