Google Cardboard saved a baby’s life

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Google has done it again!

The search engine that saves you time after time finding that need-to- know-how answer, has invented cardboard 3D glasses that has saved  an infant's life.
Surgeons at Nicklaus Children's Hospital in Miami used Google's latest device to map out an operation for baby Teegan's rare heart defect.

It works like this; they create a replica image, put a phone inside the cardboard box, and through Google's app, they  get a 3D virtual image.

Baby Teegan is expected to make a full recovery and be back at home in  a few  weeks.

Get this, the boxy headwear  cost less than 20 dollars, but for patients and doctors around the world,  it's priceless.