Google Glass dead? No way, it’s just starting.

While I was (one of) the first European user in healthcare for the Google Glass Explorer version, I saw much application in healthcare for it. Maybe not the exact version at that time, but more the technology and use cases for it.

In y Linkedin posts I described our effort and experiences here and here and was reported on Wikipedia.And while it seemed the Google Glass suffered from all the privacy debates and other challenges it slowly seemed to vaporize in history. The reality was and is different. It is being used in warehouses, offshore and … healthcare, as this article of doctors within Sutter Health shows.

And while it seemed the Google Glass suffered from all the privacy debates and other challenges it slowly seemed to vaporize in history. The reality was and is different. It is being used in warehouses, offshore and … healthcare, as this article of doctors within Sutter Health shows.

“The device clips on to a glasses frame and transmits a live audio and video feed from the doctor’s office to an off-site scribe who updates health records in real time. The only communication between the two is a small dialogue box that’s cast onto a corner of the glasses, allowing the scribe to ask quick questions or confirm notes with the physician.”

Dr. Albert Chan says.