Idea

At present, accessing critical clinical information during dental procedures requires interruptions, changes in ergonomics and further delays to follow infection control protocols. IntARface is a radical technology for dentistry that brings head-up display Augmented Reality to deliver increased efficiency, accuracy, improved hygiene and cloud connectivity.

DentalAR team members © CSIRO, Karl Schwerdtfeger

The smart glasses feature gesture control and sensor connectivity that changes the way a dentist interacts with a patient, clinical environment and information by introducing augmented reality in clinical practice. It connects seamlessly with current existing equipment and new innovative technologies offering a glimpse into the dentistry of the future.

Lead Institute

The University of Western Australia

Team

  • Marcus Pham
  • Paul Ichim
  • Thomas Braunl
  • Rob Shannon

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