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9/19/2012 00:27 AM EDT
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re: Video: Augmented reality coming to surgery
jmcleod951   9/20/2012 6:31:49 PM
George, one of the leaders in near eye semiconductor microdisplays deployed in military helmet mounted displays is eMagin. Their 25-cent size screens provide 1920 by 1200 x 3 resolution. Medical is one of the applications that could benefit from the resolution. Too pricey for commercial applications today but as manufacturing experience drives the cost down, I would expect the device to be a serious contender for emerging products like Google Glass.

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