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Surgeons use HoloLens to peer into patients' legs

Overlaying three-dimensional holograms on its wearer's view of the real world, Microsoft's HoloLens augmented reality headset has allowed users to do everything from reading emotions (sort of) to taking a virtual tour of Mars. More recently, it's also been used to guide British doctors performing lower limb surgery... Continue Reading Surgeons use HoloLens to peer into patients' legs Categ
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