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Using collaborative haptics in remote surgical training
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We describe the design and trial of a remotely conducted surgical master class, using a haptic virtual environment, linking two institutions across the world. Expand
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Observations from Teaching HCI to Chinese Students in Australia
In this position paper we present our view that Chinese international students in Australia are aided by the emphasis on student-centred learning and theory in practice in Australian tertiaryExpand
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Training and process change: a collaborative telehealth case study
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The next generation of telehealth systems running over broadband Internet will offer opportunities to change the way clinicians provide health services. Expand
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A Collaborative Guidance Case Study
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This paper reports on a collaborative guidance case study, which investigated the use of remote pointing and drawing technologies in a system designed for spatially focussed collaborative tasks. Expand
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Virtual Environments for Industrial Applications
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A small-scale immersive virtual environment system (Virtual Workbench) and a haptic force-feedback device (PHANToM) are used to show direct 3- dimensional interaction with fully 3-dimensional data with both haptic and non-haptic devices. Expand
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Communication in a networked haptic virtual environment for temporal bone surgery training
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Networked virtual environments using haptic interfaces can be used for surgical training and support both a simulation component and a communication component. Expand
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Annotating with light for remote guidance
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This paper presents a system that will support a remote guidance collaboration, in which a local expert guides a remotely located assistant to perform physical, three-dimensional tasks using pen and tablet-based interface to control a laser projection device. Expand
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A networked haptic virtual environment for teaching temporal bone surgery.
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This paper describes a computer system for teaching temporal bone surgery using networked haptic work benches that enables an instructor and student to collaboratively explore and drill a volumetric bone model including significant anatomical features. Expand
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The Design of Perceptual Representations for Practical Networked Multimodal Virtual Training Environments
This paper is a discussion of our experience in designing perceptual representations for virtual environments for surgical training. Networked virtual environments can be used for training andExpand
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Evidence from the surgeons: gesture control of image data displayed during surgery
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We gathered ethnographic evidence from surgeons about the concept of gesture-based control over the display of their patients’ radiographic scan data during surgery. Expand
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