Quantum Holopedia ~ Interactive Live Holography by RealView Imaging – First Ever Medical Holograms
Quantum Holopedia in collaboration with pHolopedia project has created a concept for pHolo Quantum, a holographic model for healthy.
In medical imaging, interactive live holography refers to the use of holographic displays and specialized software to create and manipulate 3D holographic images of the human body in real-time. This technology has the potential to revolutionize the way doctors diagnose and treat patients by providing a more detailed and interactive view of the body’s internal structures and functions.
One potential application of interactive live holography in medical imaging is the creation of holographic simulations for training and education as well as for creating 3d images for biofeedback to represent the body’s physiological functions in real-time. This technology can be used in conjunction with sensors and other monitoring devices to provide real-time feedback about various bodily functions, such as heart rate, brain activity, or muscle tension.
Holography in biofeedback is the use of holographic simulations to help individuals learn to control their bodily functions and improve their physical and mental well-being. For example, a holographic simulation could be used to help a person learn to relax their muscles or regulate their breathing, or to visualize and understand the effects of stress on the body.
Overall, the use of interactive live holography in biofeedback has the potential to enhance the effectiveness of biofeedback therapy and to provide a more interactive and immersive way for individuals to learn about and improve their own physical and mental well-being.
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MED BEDS ~ Holographic Medical Pods
Holographic Medical Pods
Medical holographic pods are automated stations used to perform a wide range of medical procedures using lasers and computer-controlled robotic arms. They are equipped with features such as a hermetic shield, containment cords, a laser scalpel, and sensors to monitor vital signs. These pods can diagnose and treat a variety of conditions, including infections, diseases such as cancer, and basic or advanced wound repair. They can also regenerate dying cells and tissues in the body and perform age regression procedures through DNA modification. According to a supposed former secret space program Asset on Mars, advanced medical capsules can manipulate the body’s natural clock and even crossbreed human DNA with that of other species. There is also software that can create false memories through visual images. These procedures are often performed in secret space program medical bases.