3D haptic needle insertion simulator utilising an agent based spherical voxel model
Mullins, James, Trinh, Hieu and Nahavandi, Saeid 2006, 3D haptic needle insertion simulator utilising an agent based spherical voxel model, in SimTect Healthcare 2006 : Simulation is for patient safety, Simulation Industry Association of Australia, Lindfield, N.S.W., pp. 1-8.
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SimTect Healthcare 2006 : Simulation is for patient safety
Simulation Industry Association of Australia
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This paper describes a technique for the real-time modeling of deformable tissue. Specifically geared towards needle insertion simulation, the low computational requirements of the model enable highly accurate haptic feedback to a user without introducing noticeable time delay or buzzing generally associated with haptic surgery simulation. Using a spherical voxel array combined with aspects of computational geometry and agent communication and interaction principals, the model is capable of providing haptic update rates of over 1000Hz with real-time visual feedback. Iterating through over 1000 voxels per millisecond to determine collision and haptic response while making use of Vieta’s Theorem for extraneous force culling.
This paper was originally published in the Sim TecT 2006 Conference Proceedings
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090399 Biomedical Engineering not elsewhere classified
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E2 Full written paper - non-refereed / Abstract reviewed
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