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Architectural design for virtual reality-based endovascular procedures training system

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4 Author(s)
Ghembaza, M.B.K. ; Lab. d''Inf. Ind. et d''Autom., Vitry-sur-Seine, France ; Amirat, Y. ; Djouani, K. ; Daachi, B.

This work presents a surgical training system dedicated to mini-invasive endovascular procedures, which uses both the advantages of virtual reality and micro-robotics. The requirements of this system are presented with its architectural design. Displacement-based finite elements method is used for organs and surgical tools modelling. For the continuous collision detection, a cubic spline based parametric approximation method is also proposed. In order to improve the precision and the security of the operative gesture, an approach using virtual guide metaphors is proposed.

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Robot and Human Interactive Communication, 2004. ROMAN 2004. 13th IEEE International Workshop on

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20-22 Sept. 2004