Simulating arthroscopic knee surgery using volumetric object representations, real-time volume rendering and haptic feedback

@inproceedings{Frisken1997SimulatingAK,
  title={Simulating arthroscopic knee surgery using volumetric object representations, real-time volume rendering and haptic feedback},
  author={Sarah F. Frisken and Joseph Samosky and Andrew B. Mor and Christina Fyock and W. Eric L. Grimson and Takeo Kanade and Ron Kikinis and Hugh C. Lauer and Neil McKenzie and Shin Nakajima and TakaHide Ohkami and Randy Osborne and Akira Sawada},
  booktitle={CVRMed},
  year={1997}
}
A system for simulating arthroscopic knee surgery that is based on volumetric object models derived from 3D Magnetic Resonance Imaging is presented. Feedback is provided to the user via real-time volume rendering and force feedback for haptic exploration. The system is the result of a unique collaboration between an industrial research laboratory, two major universities, and a leading research hospital. In this paper, components of the system are detailed and the current state of the integrated… CONTINUE READING

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