Specialized surgeries are often needed in places where there is no access to surgeons, and timely access to telemedicine helps novice surgeons save lives.
While modern telesurgery is limited to just audio/video, ARTEMIS enables skilled surgeons and novices to share the same virtual space.
ARTEMIS’ expert surgeons in remote sites use Virtual Reality to access a 3D reconstruction of a patient’s body, and instruct novice surgeons on complex procedures as if they were together in the operating room. Novice surgeons in the field can focus on saving the patient’s live while being guided through an intuitive Augmented Reality interface.
Danilo Gasques, Janet Johnson, Thomas Sharkey, Yuanyuan Feng, Ru Wang, Zhuoqun Xu, Enrique Zavala, Yifei Zhang, Wanze Xie, Xinming Zhang, Konrad Davis, Michael Yip, and Nadir Weibel. 2021. “ARTEMIS: A Collaborative Mixed-Reality System for immersive Surgical Telementoring.” In CHI’21 Human Factors in Computing Systems. (Pre-Print)
Nadir Weibel, Danilo Gasques, Janet Johnson, Thomas Sharkey, Zhuoqun Xu, Xinming Zhang, Michael Yip, and Konrad Davis. 2020. “ARTEMIS: Mixed-Reality Environment for Immersive Surgial Telementoring.” In CHI’20 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems. (Pre-Print)
Konrad L. Davis, Danilo Gasques, Yifei Zhang, Wanze Xie, Janet Johnson, Yuanyuan Feng, Zhuoqun Robin Xu, James Riback, Thomas Sharkey, Michael Yip, Nadir Weibel. ARTEMIS, Augmented Reality Technology to Enable reMote Integrated Surgery: A Review of Technical Consideration and Study Design. In MHSRS '19, Orlando, USA. (Pre-Print)
Thomas Sharkey, Janet G. Johnson, Danilo Gasques, and Nadir Weibel. I Want to Be a Surgeon! Role Playing for Remote Surgery in Mixed Reality. Workshop on Interactive Systems for Healthcare, CHI '19, Glasgow, UK. (Pre-Print)