Researchers found that a gesture-based augmented reality interface allowed wireless MRI scanner control and 3D image visualization while maintaining direct sight of patients. The approach, detailed at the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine virtual annual meeting, also proved to be reliable and intuitive for radiologic technologists and physicians.
AR technology shows promise in MR scanner control
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