Augmented Reality And Training For Airway Management Procedures
Augmented reality is often used for interactive, three-dimensional visualization within the medical community. To this end, we present the integration of an augmented reality system that will be used to train military medics in airway management. The system demonstrates how a head-mounted projective display can be integrated with a desktop PC to create an augmented reality visualization. Furthermore, the system, which uses a lightweight optical, tracker, demonstrates the low cost and the portability of the application. © 2002, The authors.
Studies in Health Technology and Informatics
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Article; Proceedings Paper
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Davis, Larry; Ha, Yonggang; and Frolich, Seth, "Augmented Reality And Training For Airway Management Procedures" (2002). Scopus Export 2000s. 2720.