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Old September 9 2013, 04:00 AM   #31
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Re: Emergency Sickbay Program?

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Wouldn't it be easier to have both doctor and patient (at either end of the line) replicated as physical holograms?
First, the doctor would be a hologram on the patient's end, and second, what good does a holographic patient do? I don't grok at all.
One room, real doctor operates on holographic patient. In other room, holographic doctor operates on real patient.

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Old September 9 2013, 04:36 AM   #32
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Re: Emergency Sickbay Program?

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One room, real doctor operates on holographic patient. In other room, holographic doctor operates on real patient.

Telepresence.

OK, I see your method. Not sure which would be easier for the doctor, although I suspect that the dual hologram method would be harder on the computer & holodeck systems.
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Old September 9 2013, 03:08 PM   #33
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Re: Emergency Sickbay Program?

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One room, real doctor operates on holographic patient. In other room, holographic doctor operates on real patient.

Telepresence.

OK, I see your method. Not sure which would be easier for the doctor, although I suspect that the dual hologram method would be harder on the computer & holodeck systems.
True and we absolutely must save plenty of room for those sexy holo-ladies.
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Old September 9 2013, 07:48 PM   #34
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Re: Emergency Sickbay Program?

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One room, real doctor operates on holographic patient. In other room, holographic doctor operates on real patient.

Telepresence.

OK, I see your method. Not sure which would be easier for the doctor, although I suspect that the dual hologram method would be harder on the computer & holodeck systems.
Only slightly. It would probably be easier than any real holodeck program (especially one with humanoid characters), since the surgery would just be an advanced version of the remote surgery we have now, just with holoprojectors (and holocameras/medical scanners) instead of video cameras and displays.
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