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Augmented Reality Used for Medical Products

Ivan Sutherland introduced his ultimate display in 1965, he thought about a world existing of real and virtual objects which is presented to the observer through his natural perspective or through his eyes. Nowadays, Augmented Reality solutions still use hardware interfaces that do not follow most natural form of immersion, e.g. augmented camera views of tablet PCs and any smartphones. In the last few years lot of head worn AR interfaces have been created and released.  One of them is SDKs which is related to head mounted displays which have inspired thousands of developers to create AR worlds for to enhance industrial tasks .Also they make cultural experiences more interactive, attractive and appealing. It is very difficult to introduce these devices to the medical world, in particular to intraoperative tasks that require high quality standards.  This is certainly a commendable approach, which will happen once the benefit for patient treatment has been proven and usa