The future is already here and it’s more digital and user friendly than ever. Google Glass was first introduced back in 2012 and it exemplifies Google’s unique attempt at accessing the wearable technology market. You can do a lot with Google Glass including checking your e-mails or searching for whatever information you might need on the go. But one of the best uses of Google Glass is in the healthcare system.
Recently, the wearable smart glasses were worn by Dr. Steven Horng who is practicing medicine At the Beth Israel deaconess Medical Center in Boston. While he was working under stressful conditions on a patient with a brain that was bleeding internally Dr. Horng had to make quick decisions to save his lfie. In order to access the medical records of his patient and check what allergies he had Dr. Horng used Google Glass. He did not have to leave his patient for a second and found the most relevant information as he was treating him.