Eyes-On Glasses help give doctors and medical staff the power of x-ray vision.

Technology has been moving steadily in to the operating room, helping doctors and nurses better perform their duties. For example, some surgeons have recently begun using Google Glass to assist with surgical procedures, either by providing a useful overlay of information or by recording the event for later analysis or training. But what if there was a device that allowed your doctor to actually see through your skin without a single incision or x-ray? Imagine how useful it would be for doctors or nurses to be able to intuitively see through the body in real-time, able to react on-the-fly to changes within your body.

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