Mirracle: A Way to See Your Insides

A year ago we reported on a nifty use of augmented-reality technology to display tomography images virtually right on the body of the patient who was scanned.

The project, called "mirracle," is spearheaded by researchers from the Technical University of Munich who have been improving the interactivity of the system over the last year to make it more intuitive and easy to use. Here's the latest demo video of the latest iteration of the magic mirror:


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