Incubator for Medical Mixed and Extended Reality at Stanford
The goal of medical mixed reality is to improve patient care by projecting patient data (images, measurements, interventional plans) directly onto the patient's body. This technology enables physicians to look inside the patient to see anatomy, function and disease in its actual location, thereby improving diagnosis, disease assessment, treatment planning and procedure guidance. At IMMERS, we aim to bring together researchers and physicians across Stanford and work with industry partners to envision, enable, and enact solutions to real challenges in healthcare. Furthermore, we work to link numerous AR and virtual reality (VR) groups across campus for efficient collaboration.
Christoph Leuze to Present at 2021 North American Skull Base Surgery Virtual Symposium
February 2021. Christoph Leuze will present his work in collaboration with the Stanford otolaryngology department on mixed reality-guided skull base procedures at the 2021 North American Skull Base Surgery Virtual Symposium on February 13.
RAD 206 Canceled for Autumn 2020 due to COVID-19
September 2020. RAD 206 (Mixed-Reality in Medicine) will be not be offered in Autumn Quarter 2020 due to COVID-19.
RSL REU Summer Students Give Final Presentations
August 2020. Undergraduate students participating in the RSL REU summer program gave their final presentations.