3D Positional and Rotational Tracking of Laparoscopic Surgery Instruments
- 3D Positional and Rotational Tracking of Laparoscopic Surgery Instruments
- 신상균; 김영준; 곽현수; 이득희; 박세형
- Medical Simulation; Computer Vision; 3D Tracking; Virtual Reality; Laparoscopic Surgery
- Issue Date
- HCI 2011
- echnology. Among the minimal invasive surgeries, the laparoscopic surgery has provided
many advantages such as reducing the recovery time and minimizing the scars rather than the scars
(them) of traditional surgery. Generally speaking, the instrument for the laparoscopic surgery is
mounted to the long rod type so that it requires a lot of medical training to handle it accurately.
Therefore various laparoscopic surgery simulation systems have been developed for the effective
medical training. However, these various laparoscopic surgery simulation systems are expensive and
have the complex structures. To overcome the problem, this paper proposes an algorithm for 3D
positional and rotational tracking of the laparoscopic instrument used computer vision technology.
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