3D thread tracking for robotic assistance in tele-surgery

@article{Padoy20113DTT,
  title={3D thread tracking for robotic assistance in tele-surgery},
  author={Nicolas Padoy and Gregory D. Hager},
  journal={2011 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems},
  year={2011},
  pages={2102-2107}
}
Remote tele-manipulation tasks can be both long and exhausting. The operative workload can however be reduced through contextual systems, in which routine or dexterous actions are performed automatically. In this paper, we investigate this idea in tele-surgery by proposing automatic scissors, namely the possibility for a surgeon to invoke a third robotic arm to come and automatically cut the thread that he/she is holding. In particular, we address the problem of tracking deformable 3… CONTINUE READING

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