Alle Artikel der Kategorie ‘2018

Die Akteure verlassen die Kontrollstation

Gemeinsam mit Nina Franz habe ich habe einen 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 […]

Einstein-Schering-Zirkel Life Imaging

In der Zusammenarbeit von Medien- und Bildforschung, Lebenswissenschaften und Technikforschung werden Analysen der Gestaltung und Anwendung neuer bildbasierter Technologien mit Medien- und Handlungstheorien verschränkt. Der Zirkel soll dazu dienen, die Akteur*innen in der Region enger miteinander zu vernetzen und das Konzept für ein gemeinsames wissenschaftliches Langzeitvorhaben zu erarbeiten.  Der Einstein-Schering-Zirkel ist ein Programm der Schering […]

Image Action Space

Luisa Feiersinger, Kathrin Friedrich, Moritz Queisner (Ed.) (2018) Image – Action – Space. Situating the Screen in Visual Practice. De Gruyter. More info via DeGruyter Verlag Download the volume (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0) Mit Beiträgen von Aud Sissel Hoel, Erkki Huhtamo, Tristan Thielmann, Jan Distelmeyer, Luisa Feiersinger, Lasse Scherffig, Kathrin Friedrich, Luci Eldridge, Nina Franz, Moritz […]

Adaptive Imaging Group

In 2018 I co-founded the 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. Project website: http://adaptiveimaging.org Adaptive media can be found in augmented reality, industrial […]

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 Project website: http://adaptiveimaging.org/adaptive-anatomy 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 […]

Die Akteure verlassen die Kontrollstation

Moritz Queisner, Nina Franz (2018) Die Akteure verlassen die Kontrollstation. Krisenhafte Kooperationen im bildgeführten Drohnenkrieg. In Bennke, Johannes; Seifert, Johanna; Siegler, Martin; Terberl, Christina (Hg.): Das Mitsein der Medien. Prekäre Koexistenzen von Menschen, Maschinen und Algorithmen, Paderborn: Fink 2018.  Download Deutsch via Academia.edu (PDF) Also available in English: Moritz Queisner, Nina Franz (2018) The Actors Are Leaving […]

Future Operating Room

Together with my colleagues Moritz Queisner, Igor Sauer, Michael Pogorzhelskyi, Christopher Remde, Peter Tang and Simon Moosburner I pusblished a paper on VR and AR in surgery in Making Games, a leading game developer journal. Citation: Moritz Queisner, Igor Sauer, Michael Pogorzhelskyi, Christopher Remde (2018) Future Operating Room. Augmented und Virtual Reality in der Chirurgie. In: Making […]

Mixed Reality in Surgery

The paper eva­lua­tes the ap­p­li­ca­ti­on of a mi­xed rea­li­ty (MR) head-mounted dis­play (HMD) for the vi­sua­li­za­ti­on of ana­to­mi­c­al struc­tures in com­plex visceral-surgical in­ter­ven­ti­ons. 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 and eva­lua­ti­on of in­tra­ope­ra­ti­ve use-cases“. […]

Drone Research Network

Together with Nina Franz, Ulrike Franke, Arthur Michel and Dan Gettinger I co-founded the Drone Research Network in 2016. The [Drone Research Network] is an interdisciplinary forum for the exchange of ideas and projects relating to the study of drones. An international community of experts, the Network facilitates communication and collaboration among drone researchers. The […]