The Evolution of Interaction

The way medical practitioners interact with patient data has evolved over time.

1960s

Keyboards were the first devices for users of early computers to input and interact with data

The mouse allowed users to intuitively point and click, increasing their speed of interaction.

1980s

Zoom, pan, scroll, rotate—touch control made working with data and images even more intuitive and interactive.

1990s

Spatial computing like mixed reality brings data from the screen into our physical world.

Today

How is mixed reality being used in healthcare?

Assisting doctors plan routine and complex surgeries

Helping patients understand their diagnosis and treatment

Teaching and training the next generation of clinicians

Overlaying critical information in the operating room

Mixed reality is just starting to make an impact in healthcare

Are you ready to become part of its evolution?