Patrick Spengler

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Augmented Reality is a promising paradigm for intraoperative assistance. Yet, apart from technical issues, a major obstacle to its clinical application is the man-machine interaction. Visualization of unnecessary, obsolete or redundant information may cause confusion and distraction, reducing usefulness and acceptance of the assistance system. We propose a(More)
  • Maximilian Schuler, Dipl Nat Peter Sanders, Dipl.-Inform Christian Schulz, Leo Kogge, Patrick Spengler, Philip Rochel +2 others
  • 2011
The graph partitioning problem is one of the most basic and fundamental problems in theoretical computer science. In fact numerous practical applications exist ranging from the implementation of a VLSI design [15] to the identification of the function a specific gene is responsible for [3]. Though it can be shown that the balanced graph partition problem is(More)
PURPOSE Large volumes of information in the OR are ignored by surgeons when the amount outpaces human mental processing abilities. We developed an augmented reality (AR) system for dental implant surgery that acts as an automatic information filter, selectively displaying only relevant information. The purpose is to reduce information overflow and offer(More)
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