Advance Imaging and Visualization for Computer Assisted Interventions: motivation, state-of-art and future challenges, Nassir Navab
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In this talk, I will focus on the problem of design and development of advance imaging and visualization solutions for computer assisted interventions. One major scientific challenge is the recovery and modeling of surgical workflow. The second one is the analysis of large amount of heterogeneous data and their intelligent real-time fusion. The third one is the advanced visualization of such data during focused, high-intensity surgical procedures. In particular, I review the state of art in Medical Augmented Reality, and discuss challenges faced by scientific community in the upcoming years. Throughout this presentation, I use clinical applications and our recent results, obtained in our real-world laboratories within several clinics in Munich, to demonstrate the issues and to provide exemplary paths towards possible solutions. Such examples include real-time Ultrasound/CT registration, Free-Hand SPECT reconstruction, Camera-Augmented Mobile C-arm (CAMC) and HMD based AR for intra-operative visualization and medical training.