Andrés Adolfo Navarro Newball

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This paper describes a collaborative initiative for developing a telemedicine model on for Colombia and Latin America from a social perspective. This was led by the Colombian Telemedicine Center (CTMC) with the participation of teams from Mexico, Costa Rica, Panama, and Argentina, in addition to on-going interaction with academic institutions such as(More)
Medical services in Columbia are scarce in many regions, not only because of accessibility problems and costs, but also because of difficulties in access to medical knowledge. We envision a long-term strategy for virtual education programs, based upon communication technologies that could be developed by private and government institutions. The diffusion of(More)
We present a novel approach for recreating life-like experiences through an easy and natural gesture-based interaction. By focusing on the locations and transforming the role of the user, we are able to significantly maximise the understanding of an ancient cultural practice, behaviour or event over traditional approaches. Technology-based virtual(More)
The Interactive Module for Cavity Navigation (IMCA) was created in order to enhance the Web Environment for Surgical Skills Training in Otolaryngology (WESST--OT); later, it was found that it could be used as an independent module which allowed the practice of path navigation in any medical cavity, and its potential use with patients was evidenced. This(More)
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