HoloLens is a new interface that disrupts and redefines our perception, mixing the physical and digital world into one reality. In this session we will explore how HoloLens transforms Healthcare and we will showcase how Weill Cornell Medicine uses HoloLens in cancer research to visualize and interact with complex genomic data. For a sneak peek of what will be presented check out this:
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ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Alex Sigaras (@AlexSigaras) is a Research Associate in Computational Biomedicine at Weill Cornell Medicine. He develops software solutions for the Englander Institute for Precision Medicine and Institute for Computational Biomedicine with projects spanning over healthcare system design, LIMS and pipeline design for computational genomic analysis. His research interest focuses on data visualization and interaction of healthcare and genomic data for cancer research and care using new emerging technologies including augmented and virtual reality such as Hololens, Oculus Rift and Google Glass.
6:00PM - NETWORKING: Doors open, head to the Microsoft Reactor on the 4th floor. We are hoping to have pizza and sodas; that's still to be arranged. Meet others in the group: We generally have developers as well as others interested in HoloLens, so if you're interested in working on a HoloLens project, or have a project you need help with, here's your chance to find someone!
6:30PM - INTRODUCTION: Upcoming sessions, community announcements, and requests. 6:45PM - MAIN PRESENTATION