Augmented Visualization in Medicine (ILV)

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Course numberM2.03100.20.040
Course codeVisMed
Curriculum2021
Semester of degree program Semester 2
Mode of delivery Presence- and Telecourse
SPPW3,0
ECTS credits5,0
Language of instruction English

Students understand different visualization techniques especially in the field of medical visualization. They are able use 3D models and iso surfaces in order to design an augmented visualization. They understand the the tracking and use of specific markers in AR. They can implement AR systems using state of the See-Through devices and glasses.

Information Technology basics bachelor

Contents of the module are

  • State of the art AR systems and functions
    • Mobile Application
    • VR Devices
    • See-Through Devices
  • Tracking System
    • AR -Transformations
    • Marker-based Tracking Systems
    • Marker less Tracking Systems
  • 3D Visualization and Rendering Techniques in the field of medical engineering
    • Shading Models (Lights, Textures)
    • Model Animation
    • Asset Generation and Integration to Rendering Systems
  • AR User Interaction Methods
    • Hand gestures
    • Voice
    • Sensors

The following basic literature is used in the course:

  • R. Dörner, W. Broll, P. Grimm, B. Jung: Virtual und Augmented Reality (VR/AR) - Grundlagen und Methoden der Virtuellen und Augmentierten Realität. Springer, 2013
  • J. Barbic et al.: Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality: 14th EuroVR International Conference, EuroVR 2017, Laval, France, December 12-14, 2017, Proceedings. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Band 10700
  • D. Borycki: Programming for Mixed Reality with Windows 10, Unity, Vuforia and UrhoSharp (Developer Reference). Microsoft Press, 2018
  • J. Linowes: Unity Virtual Reality Projects: Learn Virtual Reality by developing more than 10 engaging projects with Unity 2018. Packt Publishing 2nd Edition (English Edition), 2018
Weitere relevante Literatur wird falls erforderlich im Rahmen der Lehrveranstaltung bekannt gegeben.

Lecture Notes, In-Class Training, Practical Tutorials, Homework

Immanent examination character, presentation, assignment reports, written/oral exam