The 'magic trick' that makes OA pain disappear
Augmented reality is altering the practice of medicine, from distracting children during blood tests to creating holographic doctors not dissimilar to the one in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.
But the MIRAGE project is a fun example. Probably because it started out as a magic trick.
Six years ago, the project from the University of Nottingham in the UK was crowned Best Illusion of the Year.
Participants stuck their hands into the MIRAGE box, which then tracked the movements, projecting an X-ray-like image of the hands on to a