Thanks to Vivi, a wearable mini-display that exhibits patient vitals, doctors no longer have to focus their attention away when operating

When innovating the current instruments doctors have at their disposal, it's essential to show restraint on the impulse to overload the workbench with exorbitant features. Opting for a minimalist, hands-free approach, user-experience design firm Method, in collaboration with Bay Innovation, have designed a new HUD (Heads-up Display) named Vivi that instantly delivers patient vitals and supplementary materials to doctors mid-operation.

Most notable for its simplicity, the wearable pops over one eye when operating and subsequently swivels out of the way when not needed, making for a practical-use case that’s as serviceable as it is modest.

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