New iPad App Helps Clinicians Visualize Internal Body Parts

The German Cancer Research Center in Heidelberg has developed an augmented reality iPad app, called "MITK pille," that helps clinicians visualize internal body parts of patients while working on them. See for yourself in this great little video:


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