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

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CAMPCom: A Lightweight and Portable Communication Framework for Multimodal Image-Guided Therapy


In today’s medicine a lot of research revolves around the combination of different imaging and tracking modalities to form a new system for Image-Guided Therapy. Such systems can help to overcome shortcomings of the individual techniques or create new kinds of possible use cases. To ease the development of a hybrid modality we have created a generic, portable, lightweight, and easily extensible, client-server based framework, implemented in C++, to control the communication between multiple imaging and tracking devices. Our framework Computer Aided Medical Procedures Communication (CAMPCom), allows developers of hybrid systems to focus on the most important implementation aspects by freeing them from the more generic tasks of data serialization and exchange.

CAMPCom Team & Publication

Alexander Schoch, Bernhard Fuerst (contact person), Felix Achilles, Stefanie Demirci and Nassir Navab: A Lightweight and Portable Communication Framework for Multimodal Image-Guided Therapy, The Sixth International Workshop on Systems and Architectures for Computer Assisted Interventions (SACAI), Nagoya, Japan, September 2013

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Publication will be openly published in the Midas Journal
Publication poster here
Publication presentation here

Open Source

In agreement with the EndoTOFPET-US Collaboration. Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0.


This research was performed in the course of the EndoTOFPET-US project funded within the EU FP7 framework (FP7/2007-2013, Grant Agreement No. 256984). We would like to thank Christian Schulte zu Berge for providing and maintaining CAMPVis.


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