Towards surgeon-authored VR training: the scene-development cycle


Enabling surgeon-educators to themselves create virtual reality (VR) training units promises greater variety, specialization, and relevance of the units. This paper describes a software bridge that semi-automates the scene-generation cycle, a key bottleneck in authoring, modeling, and developing VR units. Augmenting an open source modeling environment with physical behavior attachment and collision specifications yields single-click testing of the full force-feedback enabled anatomical scene.

DOI: 10.3233/978-1-61499-625-5-103
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@article{Dindar2016TowardsSV, title={Towards surgeon-authored VR training: the scene-development cycle}, author={Saleh Dindar and Thien Nguyen and J{\"{o}rg Peters}, journal={Studies in health technology and informatics}, year={2016}, volume={220}, pages={103-9} }