u.s. combat medics look to a.i. goggles

augmented reality goggles could someday be the difference between life and death on the battlefield. could the technology move to the mainstream with civilian paramedics?

by rick richardson
technology this week

the combat medic is the most important factor in surviving a battlefield injury. the medic is first on the scene and can administer help within the golden hour or even golden ten minutes. quick, effective medical procedures can be the difference between life and death.

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the defense advanced research projects agency (darpa) has selected raytheon bbn to lead a team to develop an augmented reality device that will provide the combat medic with a virtual assistant. the system will use a set of a.r. goggles to provide visual information on 50 different medical procedures.