Using cameras and 3D imaging, dentists are able to digitally measure the mouth and create perfectly fitting crowns.
Volumetric capture uses many cameras to film an actor from all sides simultaneously. Software then splices the images into film scenes. Using VR goggles, you can walk around actors and see them from all sides.
Have you lost a milk tooth or had a tooth pulled out? A group of researchers wants them. They can find out all sorts of useful medical information about you from your teeth — even predict future diseases.
Heart disease and stroke are the leading killers of people globally. A tiny heart prototype made using a 3D printer shows progress, but scientists say we're a ways off being able to print organs for transplant.
Imagine using a smartphone to detect malaria, eye diseases and monitor drug addiction. With new technology turning smartphones into pocket clinics, it’s all on the table.
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