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Die Akteure verlassen die Kontrollstation

Gemeinsam mit Nina Franz habe ich habe eine Beitrag im Band Das Mitsein der Medien. Prekäre Koexistenzen von Menschen, Maschinen und Algorithmen von Johannes Bennke, Johanna Seifert, Martin Siegler, Christina Terberl veröffentlicht. Moritz Queisner, Nina Franz (2018) Die Akteure verlassen die Kontrollstation. 
Krisenhafte Kooperationen im bildgeführten Drohnenkrieg. In Bennke, Johannes; Seifert, Johanna; Siegler, Martin; Terberl, Christina […]

Image Action Space

Screen-based media, such as touch-screens, navigation systems and virtual reality applications merge images and operations. They turn viewing first and foremost into using and reflect the turn towards an active role of the image in guiding a user’s action and perception. From professional environments to everyday life multiple configurations of screens organise working routines, structure […]

Adaptive Imaging Group

The Adaptive Imaging Group is a collective of scholars, designers and scientists who study image-guided practices in contemporary media technology. The group’s objective is to critically define a new relationship between imaging, interaction and intervention. Adaptive media can be found in augmented reality, industrial agriculture and sports analytics as well as in remotely controlled drone […]

Volumetric OR

The Volumetric OR is an interactive virtual reality concept that transforms how physicians record and learn about surgical interventions. Volumetric OR presents a new approach to fostering the complex interaction between, and collaboration by, surgical health professions – surgeons, anaesthesiologists and surgical assistants. Situated in a virtual reality environment, users can experience surgical workflows based […]

Adaptive Anatomy

Adaptive Anatomy is a new approach to image display in the operating room using mixed reality With the improved capability of sensor and display technologies, medical screens have become mobile, touch-sensitive, flexible and, most recently, transparent. The introduction of transparent displays has the potential to fundamentally change the concepts of intra-operative imaging and interaction in […]

Design Principles of Mixed Reality

Concept Transparent display technology fundamentally challenges the concept of the screen: it turns viewing first and foremost into using. Transparent media presents users with a complex ensemble of imaging techniques and visual information that is embedded into their action routines, viewing habits and working processes. It shifts the focus from the analysis of visual elements […]

Mixed Reality in Surgery

The project eva­lua­tes the ap­p­li­ca­ti­on of a mi­xed rea­li­ty (MR) head-mounted dis­play (HMD) for the vi­sua­li­za­ti­on of ana­to­mi­c­al struc­tures in com­plex visceral-surgical in­ter­ven­ti­ons. Paper: Mixed Reality in Vis­ce­ral sur­ge­ry Sauer, Igor M.; Queisner, Moritz; Tang, Peter; Moosburner, Simon; Hoepfner, Ole; Horner, Rosa; Lohmann, Rudiger; Pratschke, Johann: „Mixed Reality in vis­ce­ral sur­ge­ry – Development of a sui­ta­ble work­flow […]

Medical 3D Printing: From Slices to Spaces

„From slices to spaces – The epistemic, aesthetic and material impact of three-dimensional visualizations and bio-models for diagnostics, planning and therapy and its impact on medical education“ is a cooperation between Humboldt University Berlin and the University of Cordoba. With Kathrin Friedrich, Victor Defago, Santiago Fernández, Gabriel Massano. 2017–2018.

Screen Studies Conference Series

Concept Contemporary imaging, sensor and display technologies have turned viewing predominantly into using. Interacting with visual devices and interfaces such as virtual reality headsets, augmented reality apps or navigation systems situate users in space both within and beyond the boundaries of the screen, for instance when playing Pokémon Go on a smartphone, or when superimposing […]

Human-Machine Interaction in Robotics

Paper Bildoperationen. Das Problem der Mensch-Maschine Interaktion bei bildgeführten Interventionen Angesichts der zunehmenden strukturellen Verschaltung von Mensch und Maschine in der chirurgischen Praxis selbst genügt es nicht mehr, pathologische Veränderungen auf der Basis eines entsprechend theoriegeleiteten Bildwissensauf in medizinischen Visualisierung „lediglich“ zu erkennen. Bildkompetent müss ChirurgInnen inzwischen nicht mehr nur als DiagnostikerInnen sein, sondern Bilder […]