As we pursue our mission to improve patient’s lives by connecting them with their images, we remain focused primarily on “Mixed” reality.
Steffi Perkins Wins 2nd Place Oral Presentation at Interventional MRI Study Group Meeting
June 2018. Graduate student Steffi Perkins won 2nd Place Oral Presentation at the Interventional MRI study group meeting at the 2018 ISMRM for her presentation, "Perceptual Accuracy of a Mixed-Reality System for MR-Guided Breast Surgical Planning in the Operating Room".
MR Imaging of Magnetic Ink Patterns via Off-Resonance Sensitivity
The magnetic susceptibility effects of magnetic ink in MRI can be exploited to visualize magnetic ink patterns placed on the skin.
A Mixed-Reality System for Breast Surgical Planning
We have developed a mixed-reality system that projects a 3D “hologram” of images from a preoperative breast MRI onto a patient using the Microsoft HoloLens.
Augmented-Reality-Guided Surgery Prototype at CIBR Showcase
March 2017. The Coalition for Imaging and Bioengineering Research (CIBR)seeks to highlight the importance of imaging research, particularly that supported by the NIBIB.
Steffi Perkins Receives Poster Award at Bio-X Symposium
March 2017. Graduate student Steffi Perkins received an award at the Stanford Bio-X Interdisciplinary Initiatives Seed Grant Program Symposium for her poster entitled "A Mixed-Reality System for Breast Surgical Planning".
Rad206: Mixed-Realiity in Medicine
RAD206 (Mixed-Reality in Medicine) is a new project course in Autumn 2018, primarily targeted to engineering students who wish to learn about mixed-reality technology and apply it to real-world medical problems.
Fildes 3.0 How mixed-reality will make more attentive doctors
I love this painting by Fildes because it captures the essence of what it means to care for another person.