Doctors Assistive System Using Augumented Reality For Critical Analysis
L.Ramachandran , R.Rohit, G.Raja, Jagan Babu.J
Human-centered computing—Human computer interaction (HCI)—Interaction paradigms—Mixed / augmented reality; Human-centered computing—Human computer interaction (HCI)
Surgeons are regularly on the lookout for technologies that will enhance their operating environment. They are often the early adopters of technologies that allow their field to offer a better surgical and patient experience.The continuing enhancement of the surgical environment in the digital age has led to a number of innovations being highlighted as potential disruptive technologies in the surgical workplace. Augmented reality (AR) are rapidly becoming increasingly available, accessible and importantly affordable, hence their application into healthcare to enhance the medical use of data is certain. Whether it relates to anatomy, intraoperative surgery, or post-operative rehabilitation, applications are already being investigated for their role in the surgeons. AR is the addition of artificial information to one or more of the senses that allows the user to perform tasks more efficiently.we propose a system in which important information forthe doctors are displayed on semi-transparent glasses includedin an AR-headset and therefore are mixed with the real-worldview.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 5, Issue 10

Page(s): 264 - 268
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