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Projects

CHARM: Comprehensive Human Animation Resource Model

ESPRIT 3-year Project completed in December, 1996. Modeling a 3D solid human body to obtain the physically-based simulation of movements and deformantions.

European Conference on Disability, Virtual Reality and Associated Technologies (ECDVRAT)

excellent site with links to other Disability sites

First International Conference on Medical Image Computing and Computer-Assisted Intervention, MICCAI '98

First International Conference on Medical Image Computing and Computer-Assisted Intervention, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge MA, USA - October 11-13, 1998 A unified conference formed by the merger of CVRMed, MRCAS, and VBC , Computer Vision, Virtual Reality and Robotics in Medicine, Medical Robotics and Computer Assisted Surgery, Visualization in Biomedical Computing

Medicine Meets Virtual Reality 7

MMVR 7, January 20-23, 1999, San Francisco Marriott Hotel Sponsored by Aligned Management Associates, Inc. Inc.

Medicine Virtual Expo

Project Hippocrates

NSF-funded work is being conducted jointly by Carnegie Mellon University and Shadyside Medical Center.

Persons

Bergamasco, Massimo

Scuola Superiore S.Anna

Burdea, Grigore

Professor, CAIP VR lab

Research

Air Force Institute of Technology's Graduate School of Engineering, Virtual Environments, 3D Medical Imaging, and Computer Graphics Laboratory

This lab researches the design and implementation of interactive environments, 3D medical imaging, and advanced distributed simulations for military and medical uses.

California, University of - San Diego

Carnegie Mellon University

East Carolina University

East London, University of

Fraunhofer Institute

Georgia Tech

Institute of Systems Science (ISS)

Iowa, University of - Computer Science Department

Loiusville, University of

Manchester, University of

Mannheim, University of

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Mayo Clinic

NASA: National Aeronautics and Space Administration

National Cancer Center of Japan

NCC investigates medical applications of virtual reality, including surgical simulation support and Medical VRML, the virtual medical communication project.

Nottingham University

Ottawa, University of

Pennsylvania, University of

Rutgers University

Sheffield, University of

Syracuse University

Technical University of Denmark (DTU)

U.S. Army Department of Defense (DOD)

Virtual Reality in Clinical Medicine. VREPAR Project Applied Technology for Psychology Lab, Centro Auxologico Italiano, Virtual Reality Environments for Psychoneurophysiological Assessment and Rehabilitation.

Visualization and Media Systems Design (VMSD)

Research and development (R&D) at VMSD is focusing on media processing systems, virtual studios, scientific visualization and simulation, and responsive virtual environments. Besides scientific research, VMSD is also involved in engineering and medical applications as well as media art and culture projects.

Washington, University of

Commercial

Artma Biomedical

Boston Dynamics

CAE Electronics Ltd

Cine-Med

The Cine-Med Virtual Clinic simulates endoscopic skills and procedures by providing computer-generated sensory feedback based on a physically accurate model of human anatomy and biomechanical functionality.

Cyberware

Engineering Animation Inc. (EAI)

HT Medical

Immersion Corporation

Lateiner Dataspace

Musculographics

Virtual Presence Ltd.

Organizations

Defense Sciences Office

Institute for Interventional Informatics

Mayo Clinic


Last Update: 1998.09.30 13:53:53.07 ajones