Development of a remote minimally-invasive surgical system with operational environment transmission capability

@inproceedings{Mitsuishi2003DevelopmentOA,
  title={Development of a remote minimally-invasive surgical system with operational environment transmission capability},
  author={Mamoru Mitsuishi and Jumpei Arata and Katsuya Tanaka and Manabu Miyamoto and Takumi Yoshidome and Satoru Iwata and Shin'ichi Warisawa and Makoto Hashizume},
  booktitle={ICRA},
  year={2003}
}
This paper describes a tele-endoscopic surgical system with force feedback capability. The system consists of multi-media cockpit, surgical site and communication link. The multi-media cockpit is equipped with force feedback type master manipulators, visual and auditory information presentation apparatuses, and foot switches. A slave manipulator with 3 arms is located at the surgical site; the left and right a r m bold forceps or a radio knife and the center arm holds an endoscope. The slave… CONTINUE READING
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