HAPTIC TECHNOLOGY I1

HAPTIC TECHNOLOGY I1 - HAPTIC TECHNOLOGY IN SURGICAL...

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HAPTIC TECHNOLOGY IN SURGICAL SIMULATION AND MEDICALTRAINING . A touch revolution……… (Paper presentation) SUBMITED BY N.N.V.K.Visweswara rao Y.Sathish III/IV C.S.E III/ IV C.S.E Vissu.5a9 @gmail.com [email protected]                                                                                                                                                            Department  of                      Computer Science and  Engineering Technology
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            Seetharampuram, Narsapur – 534 280
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ABSTRACT: Engineering as it finds its wide range of application in every field not an exception even the medical field. One of the technologies which aid the surgeons to perform even the most complicated surgeries successfully is Virtual Reality. Even though virtual reality is employed to carry out operations the surgeon’s attention is one of the most important parameter. If he commits any mistakes it may lead to a dangerous end. So, one may think of a technology that reduces the burdens of a surgeon by providing an efficient interaction to the surgeon than VR. Now our dream came to reality by means of a technology called “HAPTIC TECHNOLOGY”. Haptic is the “science of applying tactile sensation to human interaction with computers”. In our paper we have discussed the basic concepts behind haptic along with the haptic devices and how these devices are interacted to produce sense of touch and force feedback mechanisms. Also the implementation of this mechanism by means of haptic rendering and contact detection were discussed. We mainly focus on ‘Application of Haptic Technology in Surgical Simulation and Medical Training’. Further we explained the storage and retrieval of haptic data while working With haptic devices. Also the necessity of haptic data compression is illustrated. Introduction: Haptic, is the term derived from the Greek word, haptesthai, which means ‘to touch’. Haptic is defined as the “science of applying tactile sensation to human interaction with computers”. It enables a manual interaction with real, virtual and remote environment. Haptic permits users to sense (“feel”) and manipulate three-dimensional virtual objects with respect to such features as shape, weight, surface textures, and temperature. A Haptic Device is one that involves physical contact between the computer and the user. By using Haptic devices, the user can not only feed information to the computer but can receive information from the computer in the form of a felt sensation on some part of the body. This is referred to as a Haptic
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