“And let’s say there are only four doctors who have ever performed the procedure,” Mullins details. “But they’re all really far away. There isn’t time to travel — you need surgery now.”
What if your trembling surgeon could put on a DAQRI Smart Helmet — whose visor projects digital information onto the real world — and instantly access facts? What if they could not only hear one of those four experts speak, but also see them draw on their field of vision the way an anchor draws on Monday morning spots recaps?
“Augmented reality provides the rapid transfer of information,” he explains. “It blurs the line between what you know and what you potentially know.”
Los Angeles-based DAQRI is a wearable computer where the screen is your real life. It’s an IRL version of Neo’s ability to immediately fly helicopters in The Matrix, and, by evaporating limits in human ability, it will change the way we work. Let’s dive in.