Grand Rounds Vol. 3.25 is Up!

Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Grand Rounds 3.25 is up over at Scienceroll.  A gret blog I have mentioned before it is run by Bertalan Meskó, a Hungarian Medical Student wit a passion for…

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Future Vision in Surgery: Let the Podcasts Begin!

Friday, March 9, 2007

Here it is folks, docinthemachine’s first podcast to play on the site.  This piece is near and dear to my heart.  The Topic is “Future Vision” – and it’s…

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Exclusive New Video of Prize Winning X-Ray Surgery Vision System

Monday, March 5, 2007

Another exclusive docinthemachine first. Here is a link to view the prize winning video of my research on the development of an autofluorescent endoscopy system. The details of…

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Kodak Patents Swallowable RFID Chips

Thursday, March 1, 2007

RFID chips       he Eastman Kodak Company, with so much technological imaging expertise in Rochester but plummeting demand for photographic film, continues to diversify its R&D.  They…

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New 3D Vapor Displays- OR Versions to Come

Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Engadget reports on IO2 Displays new M3 Heliodisplay system.  I have written before on these systems and played with them a bit (here is a video of my…

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Matrix Bullet-Time Slow Motion Camera

Friday, February 9, 2007

“Bullet time is a broken rule of the matrix that lets the one and the agents dodge bullets” Nova Sensors has developed an ultra high speed camera for…

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Bionic Borg Cat Eye Implant Holds Promise For Blindness Cure

Monday, January 22, 2007

Biohacking, or the idea artificially enhancing biology is a hot topic.  There is even a whole blog devoted to it.  A story just hit the wires about a series…

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New Swallowable Pillcam Aims to Sniff not Just Look

Monday, January 22, 2007

I have written a lot about the coming radical transformation of medicine where traditional surgery will be replaced by remote sensing and interventional devices. You can read background about…

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Near IR Vein Reader at CES 2007

Wednesday, January 10, 2007

I have written a lot on the use of near ir (NIR) technology for visualizing veins through your skin.  Beyond this use, using wavelengths of light beyond normal…

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CES OLED Innovation for Future Med

Tuesday, January 9, 2007

click for high res Engadget reports a new Sony OLED HD TV at CES– I can guarantee you will see OLED’s in a next generation surgical video display…

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