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This site was created as resource for the use of google GLASS in medical simulation labs. The simulators featured will include Surgical Chloe and her friend Noelle.
This site was created as resource for the use of google GLASS in medical simulation labs. The simulators featured will include Surgical Chloe and her friend Noelle.

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Here's one version of google's decision to suspend GLASS sales.  We should remember that Thomas Edison indicated that he failed thousands of times and learned something with every failure.  Or, as a friend of mine said, "We learn from our mistakes and boy have we learned a lot!"

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Here's a link to a potential device for future healthcare use.

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Well, it looks like the end of Glass is official for now. We have to wait for the next version or manufacturer. Thoughts?

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Here's hoping for the next improvements- see link discussing potential "GLASS 2"

http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/news/wearable-tech/3589338/google-glass-2-release-date-price-specs/ 

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I have to admit that I have given up on GLASS and am waiting for the next platform.  The loss of video chat meant the end of the projects I was working on.  I think the future of wearable computing is bright but Google GLASS was a missed opportunity.  It seems to me that Google wanted to create a social media toy, so the market for GLASS as a tool for healthcare workers and others was unsupported.

 But we have to admit that to be innovators, we must acceptance failure on a regular basis.  Eventually Google or someone else will get it right and we'll have functional wearable computers to help us in patient care.

See link below for an article that expresses similar sentiments.  What do others think?  Still working on new ideas for GLASS or awaiting the next platform? 

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Marty Olsen, co-inventor of the Chloe Simulator, had an interview with John Bennet of internetmedicine.com a couple of days ago.  If you need a short primer on the basics of simulation, the video might be useful.

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apparently the link got lost on +google; here is teh link to the 3 minute video with the premed-students and GLASS

Some premed students got introduced to google GLASS in the simulated OR today.  They were quite enthused.  Unfortunately the GLASS unit stopped recording before the students successfully clamped the simulated bleeder.
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