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==Background and References==
 
==Background and References==

Revision as of 14:53, 9 June 2017

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Key Investigators

  • Simon Drouin (Montreal Neurological Institute, Canada)
  • Andras Lasso (Queen's University, Canada)
  • Csaba Pinter (Queen's University, Canada)
  • Ole Vegard Solberg (SINTEF, Norway)
  • Longquan Chen (electronically) (Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School, USA)
  • Adam Rankin (electronically) (Robarts Research Institute, Canada)

Project Description

Objective Approach and Plan Progress and Next Steps
  • Plus toolkit provides access to numerous hardware devices (imaging devices, tracking devices, navigations systems, sensors, etc.) and makes it available through OpenIGTLink protocol
  • Create a common library, OpenIGTLinkIO that makes communication with Plus (and OpenIGTLink-compatible devices or software) very simple:
    • Ensure software interoperability
    • Share software maintenance workload
    • Make it easy to share new features
  • Add specific features for tracked ultrasound and and augmented reality in surgical navigation
  • Create a complete dataset/Plus config to simulate interaction between a client using OpenIGTLinkIO and the Plus toolkit
  • Merge IGSIO/OpenIGTLink into OpenIGTLink and close the IGSIO/OpenIGTLink repository
  • Develop a common high-level GUI to control OpenIGTLinkIO devices

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Illustrations

Progression of the project during past project weeks:

1-before-winter-2016.jpeg 2-winter-2016.jpeg

3-summer-2016.jpeg

4-winter-2017.jpeg

Background and References