Head worn 3D-Visualization of the Invisible for Surgical Intra-Operative Augmented Reality H3D-VISIOnAiR

Jaap Heukelom*, Nicole D. Bouvy, Lejla Alic, Maarten Burie, Vincent Graham, Rutger M. Schols, Fokko P. Wieringa, Gabrielle J.M. Tuijthof

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Abstract

During surgery, surgeons must identify vital anatomical structures (nerves and lymph nodes) to prevent damage. Correct identification remains enormously challenging and surgeons require high-tech intra-operative imaging. Our team worked on developing a demonstrator of H3D-VISIOnAiR that enables visualizing the invisible by combining a commercial spectral + RGB camera, advanced image analytics and near eye display. Tests were performed with a simulated surgical task consisting of positioning beads in a nailbed with very low contrast. The results show proof of concept by real-time 2D high-resolution image acquisition, processing of hyperspectral images and displaying augmented reality overlay of processed hyperspectral images.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationATTRACT Final Conference
Pages1-6
Number of pages6
Publication statusPublished - Sep 2020
EventATTRACT online Conference: Igniting the Deep Tech Revolution - online
Duration: 22 Sep 202023 Sep 2020
https://attract-eu.com/

Conference

ConferenceATTRACT online Conference
Period22/09/2023/09/20
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