Mediculus Smart Glasses


Marie Ibach
Nick Wode


Prof. Matthias Schönherr
Dipl. Des. Volker Hübner


Winter 20/21




Marie Ibach
Nick Wode

The Mediculus functional glasses are designed to support doctors and nurses in a medical context. Medical staff is often overloaded and under time pressure. It should be easier to assign patient data and digital support through algorithms – machine learning would already be possible.

By projecting it into the lens, information can be provided to the user more easily - similar to smartwatches. A laser scanner identifies the patient with the help of a QR code on documents or on the name tag on the bed. As a result, the glasses are connected to all of the patient's medical devices. Doctors can request help at any time or receive virtual support through a digital lexicon. A connection to the central monitoring of the hospital is also possible.

The magnetic connection on both brackets is used for charging and fastening accessories, which allows the glasses to be expanded even further. A face shield or a headset are conceivable here.
The contact surface on the nose is designed in such a way that it adapts individually to the user, so that the glasses can comfortably be worn for the entire day.

This project was developed as a student project and not on behalf of any company mentioned.

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