Preparing for life-changing surgery
Surgeons at UC Davis Children’s Hospital used Magic Leap technology to help plan for the separation of rare, craniopagus twin babies—twins that are joined at the head. 3D reconstructions of MRI and CT scans were uploaded and viewed on the Magic Leap 1 headset using Mixed Reality Viewer from Brainlab. Experts could walk around and deconstruct the virtual models to help them review surgical plans.
In the future, AR technology will support different stages of the surgical workflow—including in the O.R. for tracking instruments, or to overlay surgical plans onto the patient at a glance.
“I now plan every aneurysm case with Mixed Reality Viewer from Brainlab”
Prof. Dr. Veit Braun
M.D., Head of Neurosurgery, Diakonie Klinikum
Improving maintenance processes end-to-end
Jabil is innovating quality assurance and maintenance processes with the help of AR solutions on Magic Leap 1. Manifest by Taqtile gives frontline workers access to step-by-step guidance from experienced technicians and trainers anytime, anywhere. Jabil is using the AR solution to solve some of the inefficiencies of manually driven processes. Live video streaming between frontline workers and remote experts can result in less operational downtime, more efficient audits, and quicker resolution of non-conformance issues.
“Since implementing Magic Leap’s technology we have seen significant improvements in frontline efficiencies.”
EVP, Jabil and CEO, Jabil Green Point
Ready for whatever comes next
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