The Leap Motion controller provides a new means for computational control which may present as a novel intraoperative and educational tool
There are a number of applications which have been built specifically for the Leap Motion. This includes Cyber Science 3D which lets you manipulate a human skull to identify the bones that comprise it and Frog Dissection which allows you to dissect a digital frog.
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With 1,320 calories, 19 g of saturated fat, 3,700 mg sodium and 33 grams trans fat, CSPI called the dish “a heart attack on a hook”
In some inner cities found in America this is considered a healthy meal, because the centerpiece is FISH.
Not so says the CSPI "Long John Silver’s Big Catch meal deserves to be buried 20,000 leagues under the sea," CSPI executive director Michael F. Jacobson said in a press release. "This company is taking perfectly healthy fish — and entombing it in a thick crust of batter and partially hydrogenated oil. The result? A heart attack on a hook. Instead of the Big Catch, I’d call it America’s Deadliest Catch."
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Will Silicon Valley’s Confident Technologist Investors Save Healthcare? – Forbes.
Medical technology is highly valuable, and software is indeed “eating the world”, in Marc Andreessen’s words. And (not but), there is huge scope to use the tools of business model re-engineering that have been developed in the last 20 years, plus plain old business horse sense, to take a lot of waste out of health care, and hence free up resources for the care that is most needed.
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