Martin Kibsgaard

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We propose a new classification of the human-to-human communication during the use of immersive teleoperation interfaces based on real-life examples. While a large body of research is concerned with communication in collaborative virtual environments (CVEs), less research focuses on cases where only one of two communicating users is immersed in a virtual or(More)
Simulators as a training tool for surgeons are becoming more important with the increase of minimally invasive surgery and a wish to limit training on animals, especially in the field of robotic surgery. Accessibility to surgery simulators is currently limited and the ability to cut is restricted. This paper presents a feasibility study for implementing(More)
The high expenses associated with acquiring and maintaining robotic surgical equipment for minimally invasive surgery entail that training on this equipment is also expensive. Virtual reality (VR) training simulators can reduce this training time; however, the current simulators are also quite expensive. Therefore, we propose a low-cost simulation of(More)
Training of robot-assisted minimally invasive surgery often includes supervised practice with a robotic surgical system. In this case, augmented reality can improve the communication between instructor and trainee, for example, by allowing the instructor to demonstrate skills with virtual surgical instruments that are shown to the trainee by means of(More)
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