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What is the future of minimally invasive surgery in rhinology: marker-based virtual reality simulation with touch free surgeon's commands, 3D-surgical navigation with additional remote visualization in the operating room, or ...?

@inproceedings{Klapan2016WhatIT,
  title={What is the future of minimally invasive surgery in rhinology: marker-based virtual reality simulation with touch free surgeon's commands, 3D-surgical navigation with additional remote visualization in the operating room, or ...?},
  author={Ivica Klapan and Alen Duspara and Zlatko Majhen and Igor Beni{\'c} and Milan Kostelac and Goranka Kubat and Nedjeljka and Berlengi},
  year={2016}
}
The navigation-Leap Motion-virtual endoscopy and virtual surgery suggests that real and virtual objects definitely need to be integrated by use of real 'in the air' control with simulation of virtual activities that requires real-time visualization of 3D-virtual endoscopy motions, following the action of the surgeon that may be moving in the virtual reality area. It is achievable with simple hand gestures of the surgeon, which do not differ in any way from all other natural everyday hand or… 
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