PD3D | Augmented Medical Devices
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Augmented Medical Devices

About This Project

Augmented Medical Devices (AMDs) conserve the look, feel, and basic functionality of standard medical devices (e.g. opthalmoscopes, otoscopes, stethoscopes), while featuring augmented-reality techniques to enhance training, evaluation, and diagnosis. Within the context of AMDs, augmented reality techniques revolve around signal synchronization and blending, mixing, or overlaying.




More than a suite of devices, our team has developed an ecosystem of nine (9) AMDs, smart modules, and control systems, including:

  • Smart Handle (for Otoscope/Ophthalmoscope)
  • Smart Holder (for AMDs)
  • Control System
  • Augmented Video Scopes (Otoscope/Ophthalmoscope)
  • Augmented Stethoscope
  • Augmented Blood Pressure Cuff
  • Augmented Device Tracking System
  • Augmented Thermometer
  • Augmented Pulse Oximeter
  1. Stubbs, J., Lobo F., Stubbs, K., Leblanc, K. (2018) Medical training and performance assessment instruments, methods, and systems. Assigned to NATIONAL BOARD OF MEDICAL EXAMINERS, EDUCATIONAL COMMISSION FOR FOREIGN MEDICAL GRADUATES. U.S. Patent Office Application Number 15/846,438, Publication Number US20180174488A1. Published on June 21, 2018.
3D Printing, Medical, Modeling, Prototype