Time is an essence in saving lives. In triage the first responders in a disaster will assign the degrees of urgency to wounds or illnesses to determine the priority of patients' treatments based on the severity of their condition. This rations patient treatment efficiently when resources are insufficient for all to be treated immediately.

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Markers placed next to victims indicate the order of treatment priority. EMT technicians and medical professionals wearing ML1 goggles will be informed and directed to the appropriate patients to treat. As they look at a patient, the marker containing an ID# is scanned by the goggles, then process and retrieve more detail info about the victim's condition.

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Angelo Hizon had requested to join this project with Neilda Pacquing, Kaochoy Danny Saetern. I added them and got them admitted to the invite-only AT&T/Magic Leap hackathon. They promised to help me out with Unity dev and making presentation slides.

Once Angelo's group came to the event, they gave many excuses for not able to work on the project. Not even the slides that someone had supposedly started days ago. There was no intention to work on the project at all! They deceptively started their own group.

I removed them from this project and started working by myself. I wasn't able to complete a presentable demo and pitch materials by deadline on Sunday.

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