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

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Attendants: Tobias Sielhorst, Ingo Kresse, Philipp Stefan, Mustafa K Isik, Korbinian Schwinger?, Tobias Blum?


  1. Presentation in Berlin
  2. Current status
  3. Todo List
  4. Documentation and Manual structure

Top 1: Presentation in Berlin

the presentation in berlin was a success: It was an attraction and it was quite "flashy".

Top 2: Current status

  • the forceps are tracked and displayed correctly
  • a phantom sphere is displayed in the correct position
  • our CDelivary class has an easily extendable calibration system; the calibrated data are written to a console and are then hardcoded into the program.
  • the life monitor can be switched on and off

Top 3: Todo list

  • separate code from data: Use .ini files to get the data
  • clean up code
  • enhance the life data server
  • beautify the appearance of the life monitors
  • write documentation
    • write doxygen-comments in the code
    • write a user and a developer manual
    • put it all together in a homepage
    • set a link to this documentation from the Wiki pages

Top 4: Documentation and Manual structure

(The complete documentation will be in HTML)

  • User Manual
  • Developer Manual:
    • Introduction page with class diagram of the RAMP part (C++) and the Medproc part (Java)
    • Links to the doxygen documentation

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