CWC THIS WEEK: Hands-free surgery; inside a nuke plant

Our weekly video roundup features:
COMPUTERWORLD CANADA University of Waterloo graduate Jamie Tremaine uses Microsoft’s Kinect technology to help surgeons view and manipulate MRIs and CT scans using hand gestures. With Kathleen Lau.
INSIDE A JAPANESE NUCLEAR PLANT In August 2007, IDG News Service was invited to the Kashiwazaki Kariwa nuclear power station. This video provides a rare glimpse at the inside of the world’s largest nuclear power plant.
ROBOT OPERA In Death and the Powers, a new opera by MIT Media Lab professor Tod Machover, the main character wishes to leave the physical world, but remain there digitally. He downloads himself into The System and continues to interact with the audience.

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