Our joint effort on the first SPECT imaging using a miniaturized drop-in gamma detector and the da Vinci surgical system has not just been accepted for publication in the IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging, but is one of the currently featured articles. Find the announcement and access to the paper here. Special thanks to the authors Bernhard Fuerst, Francisco Pinto, Julian Sprung, Benjamin Frisch, Thomas Wendler, Herve Simon, Laurent Mengus, Nynke S. van den Berg, Henk G. van der Poel, Fijs W.B. van Leeuwen, and Nassir Navab.
BBC Horizon reports on Medical Augmented Reality researched at CAMP.
Nassir Navab has won the “10 Years Lasting Impact Award” at the International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality – Congratulations!
Read more on the JHU CS Website!
Opportunities to join our lab for an internship will be posted on our new page: https://camp.lcsr.jhu.edu/intern/
Neither snow nor rain nor cold nor darkness* kept the interested group of PhD applications from visiting JHU CS and LCSR on Friday and Saturday (15 cm snow at 263 Kelvin). We were happy to present our research, and discuss details individually. We want thank our visitors the great time and fighting the bad weather!
Camera Augmented Mobile C-arm (CamC) is the newest addition to LCSR which was initially invented by Prof. Nassir Navab in 1998 at Siemens Corporate Research. It allows the fusion of X-ray and the optical camera, and it is the only practically accepted intra-operative augmented reality system.
from Johns Hopkins University President Ron Daniels. Continue reading A Thank You Message
The newest addition to LCSR equipment allows the fusion of X-ray and camera imaging to enable intuitive navigation for medical interventions. Continue reading Camera-Augmented Mobile C-Arm installed
In tomorrow’s Medical Augmented Reality lecture, Ali Kamen from Siemens Corporate Research in Princeton is giving a talk about the RAMP-system (Reality Augmentation for Medical Procedures), a stereoscopic video see-through head-mounted display. Everyone interested may feel free to join in Malone 107 at 9am.
Continue reading Guest Lecture by Ali Kamen on Oct. 10th
The Oculus Rift has been a great success since its first announce-ment back in 2012. A multitude of different games and demos were published which make use of the virtual reality possibilities the Rift offers. With the recent release of the second version development kit (DK2), a higher-resolution display, higher refresh rates and positional head tracking were added, giving rise to a wider range of application fields, including medicine.