Tanja Weller

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This paper presents an approach to use a semitransparent display as a kind of window into a patient in the context of medical Augmented Reality (AR) applications. Besides the presentation of the non-off-the-shelf display, the tracking aspects of such an application are in focus of the work presented. In order to allow augmentations of real objects by(More)
Minimal-invasive operation techniques have become more important and well accepted in the recent years. While offering obvious advantages for the patient, these techniques confront the surgeon with a restricted view of the region of intervention. This paper presents a novel approach for Computer-Aided Surgery (CAS), applying Augmented Reality (AR)(More)
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