Chair for Computer Aided Medical Procedures & Augmented Reality
Lehrstuhl für Informatikanwendungen in der Medizin & Augmented Reality

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Dr. med. Juergen Landes

Chirurgische Klinik und Poliklinik - Klinikum Innenstadt
Nussbaumstr. 20
80336 München

Publications with CAMP

S. Weidert, L. Wang, P. Thaller, J. Landes, A. Brand, N. Navab, E. Euler
X-ray Stitching for Intra-operative Mechanical Axis Determination of the Lower Extremity
the 11th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Computer Assisted Orthopaedic Surgery, London, UK, June 15-19 2011 (bib)
L. Wang, R. Zou, S. Weidert, J. Landes, E. Euler, D. Burschka, N. Navab
Closed-form inverse kinematics for intra-operative mobile C-arm positioning with six degrees of freedom
SPIE Medical Imaging, Lake Buena Vista (Orlando), Florida, USA, February 2011 (bib)
L. Wang, R. Zou, S. Weidert, J. Landes, E. Euler, D. Burschka, N. Navab
Modeling Kinematics of Mobile C-arm and Operating Table as an Integrated Six Degrees of Freedom Imaging System
The 5th International Workshop on Medical Imaging and Augmented Reality, MIAR 2010, Beijing, China, September 19-20, 2010 (bib)
L. Wang, J. Landes, S. Weidert, T. Blum, A. von der Heide, E. Euler, N. Navab
First Animal Cadaver Study for Interlocking of Intramedullary Nails under Camera Augmented Mobile C-arm A Surgical Workflow Based Preclinical Evaluation
the 1st International Conference on Information Processing in Computer-Assisted Interventions (IPCAI), Switzerland, June 23 2010. The original publication is available online at www.springerlink.com. (bib)
S. Weidert, L. Wang, J. Landes, A. von der Heide, N. Navab, E. Euler
First Surgical Procedures under Camera-Augmented Mobile C-arm (CamC?) guidance
The 3rd Hamlyn Symposium for Medical Robotics ,London, UK, May 25 2010 (bib)
M. Wieczorek, A. Aichert, O. Kutter, C. Bichlmeier, J. Landes, S.M. Heining, E. Euler, N. Navab
GPU-accelerated Rendering for Medical Augmented Reality in Minimally-Invasive Procedures
Proceedings of Bildverarbeitung fuer die Medizin (BVM 2010), Aachen, Germany, March 14-16 2010 (bib)

Research Projects with CAMP

Research Projects

Virtual Mirror: Interaction Paradigm for Augmented Reality Applications

Virtual Mirror: Interaction Paradigm for Augmented Reality Applications

Augmented Reality offers a higher degree of freedom for the programmer than classical visualization of volume data on a screen. The existing paradigms for interaction with 3D objects are not satisfactory for particular applications since the majority of them rotate and move the object of interest. The classic manipulation of virtual objects cannot be used while keeping real and virtual spaces in alignment within an AR environment. This project introduces a simple and efficient interaction paradigm allowing the users to interact with 3D objects and visualize them from arbitrary viewpoints without disturbing the in-situ visualization, or requiring the user to change the viewpoint. We present a virtual, tangible mirror as a new paradigm for interaction with 3D models. The concept borrows its visualization paradigm in some sense from methodology used by dentists to examine the oral cavity without constantly changing their own viewpoint or moving the patients head. The virtual mirror improves the understanding of complex structures, enables completely new concepts to support navigational aid for different tasks and provides the user with intuitive views on physically restricted areas.
3D user interfaces for medical interventions

3D user interfaces for medical interventions

This work group aims at practical user interfaces for 3D imaging data in surgery and medical interventions. The usual monitor based visualization and mouse based interaction with 3D data will not present acceptable solutions. Here we study the use of head mounted displays and advanced interaction techniques as alternative solutions. Different issues such as depth perception in augmented reality environment and optimal data representation for a smooth and efficient integration into the surgical workflow are the focus of our research activities. Furthermore appropriate ways of interaction within the surgical environment are investigated.

Teaching with CAMP

Title: Dr. med.
Firstname: Jürgen
Lastname: Landes
Picture: Landes.jpg
Nationality: Germany
Languages: English, German
Groups: Surgical Workflow, Medical Augmented Reality
Position: External Collaborator
Status: Active
Emailbefore: Juergen.Landes
Emailafter: med.uni-muenchen.de
Room: Klinikum Innenstadt

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