Touch Surgery simulations are even more amazing: Here’s how / by TI

                 [Image courtesy of DAQRI]

                [Image courtesy of DAQRI]

Touch Surgery, which already boasts a community of 1.5 million using its mobile surgical simulations, is upping its game when it comes to making the platform even more immersive.

Touch on Friday announced a partnership with DAQRI to add augmented reality capabilities to the simulations using  DAQRI smart glasses.

Here’s a sample from Touch Surgery of what the simulation will look like:

Touch Surgery has also been garnering attention in the medical device space as a potential value add to medical device products. Last year, Johnson & Johnson’s Ethicon subsidiary announced a partnership with Touch to develop surgical simulations related to Ethicon products.

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