Heterogeneous displays for surgery and surgical simulation

Jesus Caban, W. Brent Seales, Adrian Park

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Abstract

Instruments and procedures continue to become more complex and challenging, but the display environments to which these technologies are connected have not kept pace. Display real-estate (the size and resolution of the display), the configurability of the display, and the ability for display systems to incorporate, fuse and present diverse informational sources are limiting factors. The capabilities of display technologies are far exceeded by the procedures and instruments that rely on them. In this paper we show how to break free from display constraints by moving forward with a hybrid, heterogeneous display framework that preserves key characteristics of current systems (low latency, specialized devices). We have engineered a hybrid display and are currently using it to build a surgical simulation and training environment within which we can evaluate both the technology and the performance of subjects using the technology.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationMedicine Meets Virtual Reality 13
Subtitle of host publicationThe Magical Next Becomes the Medical Now, MMVR 2005
Pages79-82
Number of pages4
Volume111
StatePublished - Dec 1 2005
Externally publishedYes
Event13th Annual Conference on Medicine Meets Virtual Reality: The Magical Next Becomes the Medical Now, MMVR 2005 - Long Beach, CA, United States
Duration: Jan 26 2005Jan 29 2005

Other

Other13th Annual Conference on Medicine Meets Virtual Reality: The Magical Next Becomes the Medical Now, MMVR 2005
CountryUnited States
CityLong Beach, CA
Period1/26/051/29/05

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  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Health Informatics
  • Health Information Management

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Caban, J., Seales, W. B., & Park, A. (2005). Heterogeneous displays for surgery and surgical simulation. In Medicine Meets Virtual Reality 13: The Magical Next Becomes the Medical Now, MMVR 2005 (Vol. 111, pp. 79-82)

Heterogeneous displays for surgery and surgical simulation. / Caban, Jesus; Seales, W. Brent; Park, Adrian.

Medicine Meets Virtual Reality 13: The Magical Next Becomes the Medical Now, MMVR 2005. Vol. 111 2005. p. 79-82.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Caban, J, Seales, WB & Park, A 2005, Heterogeneous displays for surgery and surgical simulation. in Medicine Meets Virtual Reality 13: The Magical Next Becomes the Medical Now, MMVR 2005. vol. 111, pp. 79-82, 13th Annual Conference on Medicine Meets Virtual Reality: The Magical Next Becomes the Medical Now, MMVR 2005, Long Beach, CA, United States, 1/26/05.
Caban J, Seales WB, Park A. Heterogeneous displays for surgery and surgical simulation. In Medicine Meets Virtual Reality 13: The Magical Next Becomes the Medical Now, MMVR 2005. Vol. 111. 2005. p. 79-82
Caban, Jesus ; Seales, W. Brent ; Park, Adrian. / Heterogeneous displays for surgery and surgical simulation. Medicine Meets Virtual Reality 13: The Magical Next Becomes the Medical Now, MMVR 2005. Vol. 111 2005. pp. 79-82
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