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This lightweight headgear is getting medical students a rare vantage point to see exactly what the -- -- -- Doctor Gil -- take a performed the first orthopedic knee surgery wearing Google blast through a tiny camera in the glass recording a live stream of his viewpoint.
Before this or other methods where we camera lights cameras in the -- of success.
The -- -- that lots of your operated in your head gets in the way and so this really gives you a certain perspective.
The hands free computer can search the Internet take pictures and record live video and much more.
But it's not available to the general public the doctors part of a select few -- worldwide testing the device he's picked to give feedback to Google.
One of the things we noticed some of the -- lights were -- too bright to the Peters concedes the depth of what we are seeing so.
I think that's what Google wants to hear what we -- to communicate.
In order to use Google -- you lift your head out to turn it on and then you say command for example okay -- record video -- -- us.
Recorded video down the line the doctor hopes Google glasses not only used to put out information but also used to pull up information like X rays and vital signs.
They may be able to send and image to me directly while I'm operating.
And that way we can make that decision you know a lot of times of seconds count a first generation model already evolving and giving a glimpse of what the future holds.
Jessica Flores fox ten news.
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