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Lecture on XR in Surgery @MediaTechHub Conference

I am part of this year’s MediaTech Hub Conference in Potsdam! At the @MediaTechHubConference everything revolves around media technologies in industry and entertainment! Together with Christoffer Hamilton, Director Smart Viewer & Mixed Reality at Brainlab (@brainlab) I will discuss how #XR will change diagnosis, operation & therapy. #mthcon will take place from November 19.-20., 2019 […]

Adaptive Anatomy – Design Principles for Medical Mixed Reality

We finished our project Adaptive Anatomy on design principles for medical mixed reality. It is a new concept for displaying images in the operating theatre. It’s a collaboration between the Cluster of Excellence Image Knowledge Gestaltung, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin and the Future Lab, Department of Experimental Surgery, Charité Universitätzmedizin Berlin. More info at http://adaptiveimaging.org/adaptive-anatomy

Mixed and Augmented Reality – Why Surgeons Should Care

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 […]

Medical Screen Operations

I published a paper about the use of head-mounted displays in surgery in an special issue on screen practices. Abstract: Based on case studies in minimally invasive surgery, the paper investigates how head-mounted displays (HMDs) transform action and perception in the operating theater. In particular, it discusses the methods and addresses the obstacles that are […]

Medical Screen Operations

I will present a paper in our workshop Screen Operations, July 13–14, 2016 at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin: Medical Screen Operations. How Head-Mounted Displays Transform Action and Perception in Surgical Practice Based on case studies in minimally invasive surgery, this paper investigates how head-mounted displays (HMDs) transform action and perception in the operating theater. In particular, […]

The medical image between vision and visualization

I will give a talk at the „Visual Image and the Future of the Medical Humanities“ conference taking place 8-11 May 2014 in Galveston, Texas. In the paper „The medical image between vision and visualization How Augmented Reality is going to change the surgeon‘s point of view“ I will present and evaluate current approaches from […]

Augmented Intervention Assistant

In contrast to the consumer market, the development for head-mounted-display applications for medical use is slowly reaching an acceptable level of technical practicability. We will probably see the first devices in operating theatres soon, although there are still many problems to overcome such as usability, implementation in the workflow, clinical restricitions or acurate tracking methods. […]