Thomas Kaltofen

Siegfried Priglinger3
Simone Reitböck1
3Siegfried Priglinger
1Simone Reitböck
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Fig. 1. The Output of the " SEE++ to Grid Bridge " and the GUI of SEE++ Abstract— " Grid-Enabled SEE++ " is based on the SEE++ software system for the biomechanical simulation of the human eye. " Grid-Enabled SEE++ " extends SEE++ in several steps in order to develop an efficient grid-based tool for " Evidence Based Medicine " , which supports surgeons in(More)
We developed a generic approach for modeling tubular tree structures as triangle meshes for the extension of our biomechanical eye model SEE-KID with a visualization of the orbital cranial nerves. Since three of the orbital nerves innervate extraocular eye muscles and move together with them, the structure must also support the partial translation and(More)
Our aim is to demonstrate the benefits of using a computer model to support the clinical diagnosis of complex eye motility disorders. For diagnosis and differential diagnosis we compared the clinical data of a patient with suspected monocular elevation deficiency (MED) and the corresponding computer simulation with the simulations of rectus superior palsy,(More)
Collision and containment detection between three-dimensional objects is a common requirement in simulation systems. However, few solutions exist when exclusively working with deformable bodies. In our ophthalmologic diagnostic software system, the extraocular eye muscles are represented by surface models, which have been reconstructed from magnetic(More)
INTRODUCTION Latest measurements of the vestibulo-ocular reflex (VOR) allowed the integration of the simulation of the Bielschowsky head-tilt test (BHTT) into the SEE++ software system. SEE++ realizes a biomechanical model of the human eye in order to simulate eye motility disorders and strabismus surgeries. With the addition of the BHTT it can now also be(More)
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