Keynote Presentation

Oral

Augmented Reality as a Tool to Prepare for Surgery

Wednesday, May 16
13:30 - 14:30
Location: Universe Ballroom 123

3D imaging and 3D printing is used for many clinical applications. The goal of the 3Dlab is to facilitate these new technologies. Augmented reality is a new technology which can be used to create better visualization of 3D anatomy. It can also be used to guide a clinician during a set of complex task or can be used to guide a surgeon by visualizing the anatomy directly on the patient in the operation room.

Jene Meulstee

Clinical Research Scientist
Radboud University Medical Centre Nijmegen, the Netherlands

Jene Meulstee is currently working as technical physician at the 3D-Lab of the oral and maxillofacial surgery department at the RadboudUMC. His project aims to implement new technologies into a clinical setting, with a special focus on image guided surgery and augmented reality. Besides his work in the 3Dlab he's doing a PhD which focuses on the evaluation of craniosynostosis surgery. The possibilities of augmented reality and the Hololens will be discussed during his talk. Examples of augmented reality implementation for neonatology and craniofacial surgery will be presented.

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