The recent introduction of Google Glass (Google), a wearable technology platform with an optical head-mounted display (see specifications in the eTable in the Supplement), is gaining popularity in the medical community.1,2 The device, worn like a pair of conventional glasses, incorporates a computerized central processing unit, touch pad, display screen, high-definition camera, microphone, and wireless connectivity. With the video camera lens positioned just above the viewer’s right eye, Glass enables real-time transmission of exactly what the user sees. Here we report our intraoperative experience using Glass to record scleral buckling surgery.
Rahimy E, Garg SJ. Google Glass for Recording Scleral Buckling Surgery. JAMA Ophthalmol. 2015;133(6):710–711. doi:10.1001/jamaophthalmol.2015.0465
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