Interactive Objects and Gesture Control-Microsoft Vision of Medical Future

Tuesday, April 8, 2008

Microsoft produced this video as a demo of their vision of the future of healthcare.  I was delighted to see that they share so much with my vision…

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Bizarre Russian Interactive Art is Surgery Control Concept!

Tuesday, April 8, 2008

I have written many times on the concept of what I call “gesture control”. This is the idea of waving your arm or hand in a movement that…

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Glimpse the Future of Medicine at a Cell-Phone Convention: What is 4G?

Monday, April 7, 2008

The annual cell-phone (I should say wireless) convention of the year just wound up over at CTIA in Vegas. Usually these meeting spark some idea in me due…

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Can Vision Testing Improve Surgical & Athletic Performance?

Monday, April 7, 2008

Gizmodo is reporting today about how White Sox catcher A.J. Pierzynski said he improved his performance though the daily use of a Nintendo video game. This reminded me…

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New Monitoring System Approved by FDA- Potential for Future Robotic Diagnostics

Wednesday, April 2, 2008

The FDA has just approved the FreeStyle Navigator Glucose Monitoring System – a glucose sensor that reports glucose values continuously for up to 120 hours.  Here is a…

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Google Finished With Cataloging the Internet Moving on to Your DNA

Tuesday, March 4, 2008

It was just reported today that: “A Harvard University scientist backed by Google Inc. and OrbiMed Advisors LLC plans to unlock the secrets of common diseases by decoding…

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New Visual Search Engine Debut-Works with a cell phone photo! Medical Uses Next?

Tuesday, March 4, 2008

I have been following the consumer device CeBIT show in Germany.  Pocket-lint UK reports: At the CeBIT show in Germany, Vodafone is demonstrating a trial service called “Otello”,…

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The Bigger Story Behind the 3 Parent Embryo- Human Embryo Genetic Experimentation

Monday, March 3, 2008

Countless sources are reporting on the “three parent embryo” created as a potential treatment for infertility.  What has not been reported is that there is an almost 10…

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How Smartdust, Souveillance, Web 3.0, and Personalized Genetics Will Transform the Future of Medical Diagnostics

Monday, February 25, 2008

There has been a flurry of debate in the military, industrial, and privacy sectors on “smartdust” and the concept of “souveillance” – but no one has yet realized…

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Second Life for Medicine

Thursday, February 14, 2008

More and more social networking sites, web 2.0 sites, and other initially recreational new internet systems are migrating to work and educational related functionality.  The potential for medical…

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