Helsinki University Hospital conducts 1st mixed reality neurosurgical live-streamed procedure with Nokia platform: 4 observations

Written by Megan Wood | June 07, 2017 | Print  |

Finland-based Helsinki University Hospital conducted the first mixed reality neurosurgical live streaming from June 6 to June 7.

Here are four observations:

 

1. About 100 neurosurgeons leveraged Nokia's OZO Live to watch the live-streamed demonstration course in operative microneurosurgery.

 

2. The live-streaming event was part of the "Media meets Medicine" project.

 

3. Nokia's OZO Reality Platform recorded the procedure while surgeons viewed it on OZO Player SDK.

 

4. The company's stereoscopic 360-degree OZO camera records the procedure with audio, featuring interactive microscope and graphics overlays.

 

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