Apple Vision Pro headphones, to the rescue of surgeons

Apple's new mixed-reality headset could take pride of place in operating rooms.

Recently presented with fanfare, and highlighted for its professional and leisure capabilities, the Apple Vision Pro mixed reality headset could also make its way into the medical field.

The word to Rafael Grossmann, surgeon

This is what surgeon Rafael Grossmann, who has experience in robotic surgery, and who is the first to have streamed an operation live with Google Glass, told WMTV8 (via Apple Insider). He explains that the helmet will make it possible to display the patient's vital information directly in the field of vision during the procedure, without wasting time looking for it elsewhere in the room, on a computer for example. In addition, this digital assistant can be used for secondary tasks such as taking live notes, or showing the patient's medical history.