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High-Quality 3D Visualization of In-Situ Ultrasonography

Viola, Ivan
Birkeland, Å.
Gilja, O. H.
Solteszova, V.
Helljesen, L.
Hauser, H.
Kotopoulis, S.
Nylund, K.
Ulvang, D. M.
Øye, O. K.
Hausken, T.

Effective Visual Exploration of Hemodynamics in Cerebral Aneurysms

Neugebauer, Mathias
Gasteiger, Rocco
Janiga, Gábor
Beuing, Oliver
Preim, Bernhard

OctaVis: A Virtual Reality System for Clinical Studies and Rehabilitation

Zell, Eduard
Dyck, Eugen
Kohsik, Agnes
Grewe, Philip
Flentge, David
Winter, York
Piefke, Martina
Botsch, Mario


BibTeX (EG 2013 - Dirk Bartz Prize)
@inproceedings{
:10.2312/conf/EG2013/med/001-004,
booktitle = {
Eurographics 2013 - Dirk Bartz Prize},
editor = {
Hans-Christian Hege and Anna Vilanova
}, title = {{
High-Quality 3D Visualization of In-Situ Ultrasonography}},
author = {
Viola, Ivan
and
Birkeland, Å.
and
Gilja, O. H.
and
Solteszova, V.
and
Helljesen, L.
and
Hauser, H.
and
Kotopoulis, S.
and
Nylund, K.
and
Ulvang, D. M.
and
Øye, O. K.
and
Hausken, T.
}, year = {
2013},
publisher = {
The Eurographics Association},
ISSN = {1017-4656},
DOI = {
/10.2312/conf/EG2013/med/001-004}
}
@inproceedings{
:10.2312/conf/EG2013/med/005-008,
booktitle = {
Eurographics 2013 - Dirk Bartz Prize},
editor = {
Hans-Christian Hege and Anna Vilanova
}, title = {{
Effective Visual Exploration of Hemodynamics in Cerebral Aneurysms}},
author = {
Neugebauer, Mathias
and
Gasteiger, Rocco
and
Janiga, Gábor
and
Beuing, Oliver
and
Preim, Bernhard
}, year = {
2013},
publisher = {
The Eurographics Association},
ISSN = {1017-4656},
DOI = {
/10.2312/conf/EG2013/med/005-008}
}
@inproceedings{
:10.2312/conf/EG2013/med/009-012,
booktitle = {
Eurographics 2013 - Dirk Bartz Prize},
editor = {
Hans-Christian Hege and Anna Vilanova
}, title = {{
OctaVis: A Virtual Reality System for Clinical Studies and Rehabilitation}},
author = {
Zell, Eduard
and
Dyck, Eugen
and
Kohsik, Agnes
and
Grewe, Philip
and
Flentge, David
and
Winter, York
and
Piefke, Martina
and
Botsch, Mario
}, year = {
2013},
publisher = {
The Eurographics Association},
ISSN = {1017-4656},
DOI = {
/10.2312/conf/EG2013/med/009-012}
}

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    High-Quality 3D Visualization of In-Situ Ultrasonography
    (The Eurographics Association, 2013) Viola, Ivan; Birkeland, Å.; Solteszova, V.; Helljesen, L.; Hauser, H.; Kotopoulis, S.; Nylund, K.; Ulvang, D. M.; Øye, O. K.; Hausken, T.; Gilja, O. H.; Hans-Christian Hege and Anna Vilanova
    In recent years medical ultrasound has experienced a rapid development in the quality of real-time 3D ultrasound (US) imaging. The image quality of the 3D volume that was previously possible to achieve within the range of a few seconds, is now possible in a fraction of a second. This technological advance offers entirely new opportunities for the use of US in the clinic. In our project, we investigate how real-time 3D US can be combined with high-performance processing of today's graphics hardware to allow for high-quality 3D visualization and precise navigation during the examination.
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    Effective Visual Exploration of Hemodynamics in Cerebral Aneurysms
    (The Eurographics Association, 2013) Neugebauer, Mathias; Gasteiger, Rocco; Janiga, Gábor; Beuing, Oliver; Preim, Bernhard; Hans-Christian Hege and Anna Vilanova
    Cerebral aneurysms are a pathological vessel dilatation that bear a high risk of rupture. For the understanding of this risk, the analysis of hemodynamic information plays an important role in clinical research. These information are obtained by computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulations. Thus, an effective visual exploration of patient-specific blood flow behavior in cerebral aneurysms was developed to support the domain experts in their investigation process. We present advanced visualization and interaction techniques, which provide an overview, focus-and-context views as well as multi-level explorations. Moreover, an automatic extraction process of qualitative flow characteristics, which are correlated with the risk of rupture is introduced. Although not established in clinical routine yet, interviews and informal user studies confirm the usefulness of these methods.
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    OctaVis: A Virtual Reality System for Clinical Studies and Rehabilitation
    (The Eurographics Association, 2013) Zell, Eduard; Dyck, Eugen; Kohsik, Agnes; Grewe, Philip; Flentge, David; Winter, York; Piefke, Martina; Botsch, Mario; Hans-Christian Hege and Anna Vilanova
    Brain function disorders, resulting for instance from stroke, epilepsy, or other incidents can be partially recovered by rehabilitation training. Performing neuro-rehabilitation in virtual reality systems allows for training scenarios close to daily tasks, is easily adaptable to the patients' needs, is fully controllable by clinical staff, and guarantees patient safety at all times. In this paper, we describe the OCTAVIS system, a novel virtual reality platform developed primary for clinical studies with and rehabilitation training of patients with brain function disorders. To meet the special requirements for clinical use, our system has been designed with ease of use, ease of maintenance, patient safety, space and cost efficiency in mind. Our system has been successfully deployed to four hospitals, where it is used for rehabilitation training and clinical studies. We report first results of these studies, demonstrating that our system is immersive, easy to use, and supportive for rehabilitation purposes.