Doctors use Google Cardboard to save baby's life
Teegan Lexcen was born with only one lung, and almost all of the left half of her heart is missing
By Elizabeth Cohen
MIAMI — A toy-like cardboard contraption that sells for less than $20 online has helped save the life of a baby who was so sick that doctors told her parents to take her home to die.
Google Cardboard looks like a set of big square goggles. Stick your iPhone inside and with the right app, you can see images in three-dimensional virtual reality.
Doctors at Nicklaus Children's Hospital in Miami used the device to map out an operation they say they couldn't have envisioned otherwise.
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