Human Cognitive Ability: Visual Orientation Perception in Robotic-Assisted Surgery
- Human Cognitive Ability: Visual Orientation Perception in Robotic-Assisted Surgery
- 김홍호; 박세형; 이득희
- Hand-Eye Coordination; Human Perception
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- 한국컴퓨터그래픽스학회 2013 학술대회 논문집
- , 209-210
- Hand-eye coordination in robotic-assisted surgery is defined as the condition that the end-effector viewed on the screen is moved in the same orientation as the operator’s hand. It provides high operability to surgeons. And, it is closely related to human perception under the condition where visual information is provided only by the screen. This study provides human cognitive ability of visual orientation perception in robotic-assisted surgery contributing to design requirement for hand-eye coordination. Customized master-slave system was constructed. Four human subjects were asked to control the end-effector along the requested trajectory under different angle variations of 1° increment. Angle deviation first perceived by each subject was recorded. According to the experimental results, mean angle deviation was 8.25°.
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