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Approche pour une interaction intuitive et sans contact en bloc opératoire

Abstract : In modern surgery, the visualization of medical data plays a crucial role, in the form of 2D or 3D images, both in per-op and pre-op, where sterility must be preserved at all times. A touchless interaction system would greatly facilitate the preservation of sterility. Here we detail our methodological approach to design such a system. The practical use case referred to in our work is a laparoscopic operation and the case of use associated software. After analysizing the problem, the use case and its contextualization we developped a methodology, which was concretized in a formal exploratory phase and an experimental phase. The latter, itself divided into two stages: a stage aimed at "all-coming" subjects allowing us to extract a generic intuition vocabulary, which is then refined using feedback from "expert" subjects.
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Alexandre Hurstel. Approche pour une interaction intuitive et sans contact en bloc opératoire. Chirurgie. Université de Strasbourg, 2019. Français. ⟨NNT : 2019STRAD032⟩. ⟨tel-02518854⟩



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