CAMDASS allows the patient’s body to be ‘registered’ to the camera and the display calibrated to each wearer’s vision.
3D augmented reality cue cards are then displayed in the headset to guide the wearer. These are provided by matching points on a ‘virtual human’ and the registered patient.
This guides the wearer to position and move the ultrasound probe. Reference ultrasound images show users what they should be seeing, and speech recognition allows hands-free control.