Current issues of photorealistic rendering for virtual and augmented reality in minimally invasive surgery.
In: Titsworth, F and Banissi, E and Borner, K and Chen, C and Clapworthy, G and Maple, C and Lobben, A and Moore, C and Roberts, J and Ursyn, A and Zhang, J, (eds.)
SEVENTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON INFORMATION VISUALIZATION, PROCEEDINGS.
(pp. 350 - 358).
IEEE COMPUTER SOC
In surgery, virtual and augmented reality are increasingly being used as new ways of training, preoperative planning, diagnosis and surgical navigation. Further development of virtual and augmented reality in medicine is moving towards photorealistic rendering and patient specific modeling, permitting high fidelity visual examination and user interaction. This coincides with the current development in Computer Vision and Graphics where image information is used directly to render novel views of a scene. These techniques require extensive use of geometric information about the scene and the purpose of this paper is to provide a comprehensive review of the underlying techniques required for building patient specific models with photorealstic rendering. It also highlights some of the opportunities that image based modeling and rendering techniques can offer in the context of minimally invasive surgery.
|Title:||Current issues of photorealistic rendering for virtual and augmented reality in minimally invasive surgery|
|Event:||7th International Conference on Information Visualization (IV 2003)|
|Dates:||2003-07-16 - 2003-07-18|
|Keywords:||CAMERA CALIBRATION, STEREO, RECONSTRUCTION, REGISTRATION, SURFACES, IMAGES|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Computer Science|
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