Stanford med students train with Google Glass

Medical students at Stanford University are joining the ranks of future surgeons learning how to use Google Glass as an operation tool. CrowdOptic has partnered with Google Glass initiatives to bring the device to different industries and help monitor the technology against hackers. The company allows medical students to live broadcast what they are seeing to instructors. More

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