Optimizing the Surgeon-robot Interface : the Effect of Control-display Gain and Zoom Level on Movement Time

@inproceedings{Ellis2002OptimizingTS,
  title={Optimizing the Surgeon-robot Interface : the Effect of Control-display Gain and Zoom Level on Movement Time},
  author={R. Darin Ellis and Alex Cao and Abhilash K. Pandya and Anthony Composto and Mathew Chacko and Michael D. Klein and Greg W. Auner},
  year={2002}
}
While many advances have been made in surgical robotics technology, even for surgeons with relatively high levels of robotic surgery experience, many tasks take less time to perform manually. Although there are other benefits to surgical robotics that may outweigh task completion time, relatively lower efficiency will hinder the adoption of this technology. This study focused on two interface parameters: ControlDisplay Gain (CDG, i.e., the amount of robot movement resulting from a given robot… CONTINUE READING

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