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This HoloLens App Brings Doctors To Life-Threatening Situations

What if a doctor miles away could save your life? That’s the idea behind Nomadeec — a HoloLens telemedicine app French medtech company Exelus has been developing for three years.

Telemedicine virtually connects you with a doctor miles away who diagnoses a patient and oversees treatment in real-time. Nomadeec makes telemedicine possible for paramedics through the standalone, portable computing power of Microsoft’s HoloLens headset.

Nomadeec uses the HoloLens to feed information to a doctor through video, voice and selections you make in the app’s interface. The doctor then provides directions via video chat or holographic markers that appear in the visor.

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