We just published our response „Mixed and Augmented Reality – Why Surgeons Should Care“ to the comment „Image Fusion and Mixed Reality in Abdominal Surgery“ (link) by Federico Gheza & Paolo Raimondi. In the response we clarified the terminology we developed in our paper „Mixed Reality in Visceral Surgery: Development of a Suitable Workflow and Evaluation of Intraoperative Use-cases“ (link). A debate about terminologies may help to establish an understanding of what those technologies can actually do and what they cannot do. Even more important, it helps to design appropriate concept studies and use cases that validate the surgical problems that those technologies are actually able to solve.
- Download Mixed and Augmented Reality – Why Surgeons Should Care via Academia.
- Citation: Moritz Queisner, Igor Sauer, Johann Pratschke (2018) Mixed and Augmented Reality – Why Surgeons Should Care. In: Annals of Surgery. July, 2018. doi: 10.1097/SLA.0000000000002913.