At Arab Health, Epson will showcase the versatility of its Moverio smart glasses, successfully used by Evena Medical to create Eyes-On Glasses, a wearable vascular imaging system.
The Evena Eyes-on Glasses system is a patented design which enables nurses to see “through” a patient’s skin to the vasculature beneath. It includes digital storage to enable easy verification and documentation of vein patency, and telemedicine capability to share images and clinical informatics remotely.
FRANK BALL, President and CEO, Evena Medical, said: “Epson’s Moverio technology platform and it’s unique see-through capability has enabled us to realise our Evena Eyes-On Glasses, the first vein detection device to deliver clear, anatomically accurate, real-time imaging in a wearable, easy-to-use, hands-free, cart-free system.”
VALERIE RIFFAUD-CANGELOSI, Senior Manager at Epson Europe, says: “Through the combined ability of our wearable technology platform and the accomplishment of the Evena team, we have pushed the boundaries of what can be achieved in healthcare technology. The result is a solution that improves both patient comfort and nursing efficiency and we look forward to continuing to work with Evena.”
About Moverio: Moverio is a wearable, binocular mobile content viewing device that offers the ability to view a variety of content through transparent lenses.
The pocket-sized control unit with its AndroidTM platform enables web browsing capability, allowing users to view web content, files and applications and side by side 3D viewing. As well as powering the Moverio system, this smartphone-sized box has dedicated buttons for common functions and a touch-sensitive trackpad for ease of use.
Moverio draws from Epson’s expertise in imaging technologies and delivers a perceived image equivalent to that of a 320-inch display viewed from 20 meters away.
Moverio is easy to use and comes with Wi-Fi connectivity, control unit, detachable headphones, SD card slot and a carry case.