Abstract

Extended reality tools have been theorized to revolutionize medicine. Many tools on the market today fail to provide value in a clinical setting. Extended reality tools must emulate existing clinical workflows to add value to a doctor’s process. A framework is created to capture the clinical workflow by defining user tasks, graphical user interface functionalities and backend software functionalities. Two extended reality tool designs are presented based on the workflow captured in the framework. The first extended reality tool is designed for communication and collaboration, while the second tool is designed with a full immersive experience.

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