Virtual Reality at the NY Auto Show

By Brian Peet We in the healthcare industry have lots of concepts and ideas, and no one knows the science better than us.  But, when it comes to technology we tend to lag behind the innovators. This is primarily because the patients we treat require a level of scientific rigor not needed in the fast pace of consumer technology.  Despite the challenges with delivery and proof of concept to utilization, we do have the great benefit of learning from other industries using innovative technology. This past weekend I took such an opportunity and attended the New York International Auto Show  It was really with an eye on what I could learn in VR that I decided to attend.  Here a few thoughts and insights. First of all, nearly 25% of all vendors had some level of Virtual Reality(VR) available in their display.  What is most interesting about that fact is…

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