This multidisciplinary project (HCI and CAMI) focuses on interaction between the surgeon and Computer-Asssisted Surgery systems. Such systems provide information to enrich the way the surgeon interact with her/his natural environment. This project aims at designing usable systems, and preventing the ad-hoc design driven by technology. Applying our method, several interaction techniques can be easily defined and combined. The designer and the surgeon can choose the most appropriate techniques. In a case study, this method is used to create some innovative interaction techniques using a specific display device: a mini-screen (see picture).
Mansoux, B., Nigay, L., and Troccaz J. The Mini-Screen: an Innovative Device for Computer Assisted Surgery Systems. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, vol 111/2005, pp. 314 - 320, IOS Press, ISBN: 1-58603-498-7 (PDF)
Collaborations: CLIPS/IMAG (L. Nigay – HCI group)
Status: On going project – one Ph.D. thesis
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