Opportunities to join our lab for an internship will be posted on our new page: https://camp.lcsr.jhu.edu/intern/
Robotic ultrasound can be used for 3D volume compounding by storing probe poses while acquiring an ultrasound series. Our current effort focuses on a reliable real-time calibration of MRI data to a patient’s body in a robot world coordinate system using a structured-light 3D scanner.
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.