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Start-up eyes surgeons for point-of-view camera training

9th May, 2015
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Glenn Goggin, chief executive, Ottera Picture: Clare Keogh

Cork start-up Ottera has the global medical sector in its sights, with a new training technique that uses eyeglasses to record on-the-job footage for training purposes.

The novel concept combines online training software with video capture glasses, allowing users to capture and analyse footage in detail.

Goggin will target the healthcare, medical device and pharmaceutical sectors, and hopes to take his technology worldwide.

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