Autor: Christoph Bichlmeier

Scopis Introduces Microsoft HoloLens for Open and Minimally-Invasive Spine Surgery

http://navigation.scopis.com/news/holopressreleaseone

Scopis launched a Holographic Navigation Platform for use in surgery using the Microsoft Hololens. As Scopis is claiming, the Company has „developed this platform to offer higher precision and speed to surgeons, and better outcomes to patients undergoing open and minimally-invasive spinal procedures“. Their…

MedicalAR Mirror at Body Works Exhibition of Carnegie Science Center

Screenshot from http://pittsburgh.cbslocal.com/2016/10/10/body-works-new-exhibit-opens-at-carnegie-science-center/

I’m very happy that one of my projects, the MedicalAR Mirror, has become part of the fantastic exhibition „Body Works“ at Carnegie Science Center. Here is a video report about the exhibition with a small part showing also the Augmented…

KinectFusion for Anatomy Registration

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This video of my former colleague Ben Glocker shows how to use KinectFusion to register virtual with real anatomy in real time. Once both 3D structures are registered in space, Kinect tracking takes over and allows for a combined view onto…

MagicLeap and Medical Applications

Also MagicLeap puts Augmented Reality into a medical context. Of course they do 😉 However, I’d like to see the virtual heart model rather inside the patient pumping virtual blood through vascular structures than floating above the patient (see Website…