WSU researcher develops technology

Story excerpt provided by Xenia Daily Gazette.

An augmented-reality system designed by Wright State University researchers that puts a “doctor in the house” to help recovering surgery patients manage pain without painkillers was a winner in the Ohio Opioid Technology Challenge.

The technology was developed by Yong Pei, associate professor of computer science and engineering, and David Martineau, medical director of the Hand and Orthopedic Center of Excellence in Kettering Health Networks, along with a group of graduate researchers: Miteshkumar Vasoya, Ashutosh Shivakumar, Rutvik Patel, Yogesh Chavan and Andy McNutt.

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Originally published February 13, 2018.

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