Stefan Vilsmeier, the founder of technological giant Brainlab, has created his first simple computer program that helped with surgery planning when he was 17 years old. Now his company is working with world-class medical facilities to test and apply virtual and augmented reality into surgeries. From brain surgery to blood vessels connecting, augmented reality can be useful pretty much in any complicated medical procedure. Stefan will share more about his vision of software in medicine at Future Port Conference.
Curious about what an augmented reality surgery looks like? Have a look at this video and come to Future Port Prague to find out more!