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Sensor Capsules with Augmented Reality Integration
  • Chinmay Somayajula ,
  • Nagesh Somayajula
Chinmay Somayajula
Andhra University

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This study introduces a groundbreaking idea: using swallowable sensor capsules with augmented reality (AR) to conduct real-time, high-resolution examinations of the human body. These capsules, ingested like pills, transmit data as they pass through the body. Physicians can then use AR headsets to view this data as a 3D model of the organ or tissue being examined, along with sensor readings and a miniature endoscopic view. While there are technical challenges to overcome, this innovation has the potential to revolutionize non-invasive examinations of the digestive tract and internal cavities, improving the diagnosis of conditions like inflammation, infections, and cancers. With further technological development, swallowable sensor capsules with AR integration could become a valuable complement to traditional medical imaging methods, offering dynamic 3D visualizations of the body’s inner workings.
2023Published in SSRN Electronic Journal. 10.2139/ssrn.4580777