Stanford engineers develop a Star Trek-style tricorder to detect early stage cancer

November 10, 2015 by  
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Science fiction television shows like Star Trek made popular the tricorder concept—a handheld device that can scan a person, object, or atmosphere and report on its health or makeup. Now, a team of Stanford electrical engineers have taken a giant leap for mankind toward a real device that can do just that. The team’s research theorizes that microwaves and ultrasound working together in a portable device could be capable of detecting hidden objects , be they plastic explosives or deadly tumors. Read the rest of Stanford engineers develop a Star Trek-style tricorder to detect early stage cancer

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GE’s HDlive 3D Ultrasound Reveals Super-Realistic Images of Baby in Utero

April 18, 2013 by  
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If you’ve ever seen a standard ultrasound, you’ve probably feigned an understanding of what you were looking at. Those grainy, blurry, black and white images could very soon be a thing of the past with the introduction of GE’s  HD live  technology. The HD live offers incredible 3D images that are startlingly clear and in color, giving parents a true to life view of their unborn child. So, how is it done? Keep reading to learn more. READ MORE > Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: 3D , color , dynamic rendering engine , fetus , ge healthcare , hdlive , imaging , prenatal , ultrasound        

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