The company will use the funds from the oversubscribed round to expand its R&D, sales, marketing, and operations teams, supporting its rapid growth.
20 Stanford residents were involved in the test, performing two types of surgeries on dummies, one with the help of Google Glass and one without.
The so called Google of China is out with its own wearable eye gear which lacks that small screen sitting in the corner of the eye.
Remedy's software syncs between the Glass and case management software letting doctors quickly flip through available patient information to make a decision.
Among the current Wearable Intelligence investors are Google Ventures, First Round, Andreessen Horowitz, KPCB, Initialized Capital, and Subtracted Capital.
The integration with Google Glass could help the company reach enterprise clientele in industries like construction, field service and healthcare.
Medical students at Stanford University will be able to stream videos from the operating room to instructors in real time via the Internet-connected headset.
Made by the company called This Place, this open-source application tunes into existing NeuroSky MindWave Mobile EEG headset to do its magic.
By using the Glass with drchrono, doctors are able to take photos and record videos without having to touch anything that could get their hands infected.
Mr Shafi Ahmed, Colorectal Cancer Lead at Barts Health NHS Trust, used the Glass to broadcast the operation to 13,000 surgical students around the globe.