The Augmented Intervention Assistant is a head-mounted display system designed to simplify image-guided surgery. It combines preoperational images with the position tracking of instruments, the operating field and the surgeon to augment the physician’s field of view with virtual information. A built-in augmented reality interface provides additional information, such as patient anatomy, position of tumor tissues and preoperational planning.
Credits: Kilian Kreiser of University of Wuppertal (Germany) and Marc Nagel of Pilotfish (Germany) for Pilotfish Munich | Amsterdam | Taipei
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