Robot surgeons have trouble working with the body's soft tissue because of how much it can squish and change during surgery. A new machine called the Smart Tissue Automation Robot (STAR) at Johns Hopkins University has overcome this obstacle and proven its ability by operating on pigs.
Australian surgeon inserts 3D-printed vertebrae in world-first, An Australian neurosurgeon has completed a world-first marathon surgery removing cancer-riddl...
Samsung’s Gear 360 launched today at the company’s Unpacked event, so what exactly is this diminutive immersive capture device capable of? Here
NASA has been quite active in experimenting with the latest AR and VR technology to explore how it might be useful for