The Intersection of Virtual Reality

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University of Illinois at Chicago


The Intersection of Virtual Reality
and Tele
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immersion with

REUNA

Networking Conference

Valparaiso, Chile
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April 4, 2001

Walter B. Panko, PhD


Professor, Health Informatics





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University of Illinois at Chicago


Virtual Reality: The Future has Arrived





3
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Dimensional Education

Simulations

Pre
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Treatment planning



CAVE,
Immersadesk,
and NGI
technologies
currently applied
to surgery

School of Biomedical and Health Information Sciences

and Department of Surgery, College of Medicine



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University of Illinois at Chicago


Virtual Reality in Medicine Laboratory

Established 1997





Medical artists

Physicians

Bioengineers

Engineers

Programmers

Graphics Experts

“Integrating
virtual reality
technologies
into the
practice of
medicine”

School of Biomedical and Health Information Sciences

and Department of Surgery, College of Medicine



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Underlying Theme

Strength through Collaboration



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Underlying Theme

Strength through Collaboration, thus

is our natural partner



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Next Generation Internet

List of Major Partners

Electronic Visualization Lab
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UIC



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University of Illinois at Chicago


VRMed Lab Mission



“The Killer App”



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Key Collaboration





Electronic Visualization Lab

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Virtual Reality systems, software and networking

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They develop, we apply

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Close collaboration


Electronic Visualization Lab



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University of Illinois at Chicago


ImmersaDesk
TM

Image by Tycho Hoogland



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University of Illinois at Chicago


ImmersaDesk
TM

Image by Tycho Hoogland



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University of Illinois at Chicago


Tele
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Immersive Virtual Reality


Two or more ImmersaDesk
TM

systems


stereo vision


viewer centered perspective


large angles of view


interactivity


Networked collaboration (using CAVERNsoft)


converse, see each other, and point in 3D!

Electronic Visualization Lab



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University of Illinois at Chicago


This project has been funded in whole or in part with Federal
funds from the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of
Health, under Contract No. N01
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LM
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9
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3543.



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University of Illinois at Chicago


This project has been funded in whole or in part with Federal
funds from the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of
Health, under Contract No. N01
-
LM
-
9
-
3543.



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University of Illinois at Chicago


Adding Value via Collaboration



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University of Illinois at Chicago


Biomedical Tele
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Immersion for

the Next Generation Internet

Electronic Visualization and Networking


Tom DeFanti, PhD

Biomedical Visualization and Tele
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Immersive Environment


Co
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PI Mary Rasmussen, Ray Evenhouse, Sean Prokasy


Greg Blew, Fred Dech, Zhuming Ai, PhD, J.J. Kempiners

Domain (Colorectal, Otolaryngology, and General Surgery)


Russell K. Pearl, MD Theodore Mason, MD W. Scott Helton, MD

Evaluation and Medical Education

Marcia Edison, PhD

Principal and Co
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Principal Investigator


Jonathan C. Silverstein, MD, MS, Walter B. Panko, PhD

This project has been funded in whole or in part with Federal
funds from the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of
Health, under Contract No. N01
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LM
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9
-
3543.



2000
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University of Illinois at Chicago


Department of Otolaryngology
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Head and Neck Surgery

Virtual Temporal Bone

Collaborators:

Dept. of Otolaryngology
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Head and Neck Surgery

Dept. of Surgery, UIC

Universiteit Utrecht, Nederland




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University of Illinois at Chicago


Temporal Bone Anatomy


Highly complex


Critical to understanding common problems


Surgeon’s conceptual visualization difficult to
achieve with 2D illustrations or photos


Cadaver dissection even difficult


many repeated attempts to learn


Few local experts in any region

Department of Otolaryngology
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Head and Neck Surgery



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Histologic sections digitized


Structures segmented by hand drawing around
structures by medical artists with domain experts


3
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Dimensional surface geometry files generated


IsoView (Metro
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Web), Cosmo Worlds (SGI)


VRML 2.0 files displayed in Performer (SGI)


Displayed in Networked ImmersaDesks using
CAVERNsoft (Tele
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Immersive Virtual Reality)


Temporal Bone Methods

This project has been funded in whole or in part with Federal
funds from the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of
Health, under Contract No. N01
-
LM
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9
-
3543.



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University of Illinois at Chicago


Dept. of Otolaryngology
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Head and Neck Surgery,



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University of Illinois at Chicago


Browser Demonstration Version of
Virtual Temporal Bone

Department of Otolaryngology
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Head and Neck Surgery



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Dept. of Otolaryngology
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Head and Neck Surgery,



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University of Illinois at Chicago


Dept. of Otolaryngology
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Head and Neck Surgery,



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University of Illinois at Chicago


Virtual Pelvic Floor

Collaborators:

Division of Colon and Rectal Surgery,


Cook County Hospital, Chicago, IL

Dept. of Surgery, UIC

Division of Colon and Rectal Surgery, Cook County Hospital, Chicago



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Division of Colon and Rectal Surgery, Cook County Hospital, Chicago

Virtual Pelvic Floor



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Virtual Pelvic Floor Video
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Internet2 Members

Division of Colon and Rectal Surgery, Cook County Hospital, Chicago



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University of Illinois at Chicago


Division of Colon and Rectal Surgery, Cook County Hospital, Chicago

Virtual Pelvic Floor



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University of Illinois at Chicago


Division of Colon and Rectal Surgery, Cook County Hospital, Chicago

Virtual Pelvic Floor



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University of Illinois at Chicago


Division of Colon and Rectal Surgery, Cook County Hospital, Chicago

Virtual Pelvic Floor



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University of Illinois at Chicago


Division of Colon and Rectal Surgery, Cook County Hospital, Chicago



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University of Illinois at Chicago


Virtual Cranioplasty





Tele
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Immersive environments for surgery



Cranial defects due to disease or trauma




Virtual Reality and virtual prototyping




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University of Illinois at Chicago




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University of Illinois at Chicago




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University of Illinois at Chicago




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University of Illinois at Chicago




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University of Illinois at Chicago




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University of Illinois at Chicago




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University of Illinois at Chicago




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University of Illinois at Chicago




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University of Illinois at Chicago




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University of Illinois at Chicago


Virtual Cranioplasty






Expected Results


Improved Appearance


Improved Protection


Surgery time cut to 1/3


Hospital stay from 7 to 2 days



Unexpected Results


Increased blood flow to brain


Increased
cerebrospinal fluid (CSF)

pressure


Increased cognitive function




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University of Illinois at Chicago


Eye Diseases in Virtual Reality

Collaborators:

Dept. Of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, UIC

Electronic Visualization Lab, UIC



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University of Illinois at Chicago


Eye Diseases in Virtual Reality



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University of Illinois at Chicago


Eye Diseases in Virtual Reality



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University of Illinois at Chicago


Eye Diseases in Virtual Reality



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University of Illinois at Chicago


Eye Diseases in Virtual Reality



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University of Illinois at Chicago


Eye Diseases in Virtual Reality



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University of Illinois at Chicago


Eye Diseases in Virtual Reality



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University of Illinois at Chicago


Eye Diseases in Virtual Reality

Content expert:

Balaji K. Gupta MD
1

Production/direction:

Mary Rasmussen
2

VR software/programming:

Zhuming Ai
2

Modeling:

Ja Lu Lin
3


1. Dept. of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, UIC

2. VRMedLab, UIC

3. Electronic Visualization Lab, UIC



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University of Illinois at Chicago


Radiological Tele
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Immersion for
Next Generation Networks

Collaborators:

Dept. of Radiology, UIC

Electronic Visualization Lab, UIC

Distributed, collaborative,

stereoscopic visualization

and manipulation

of three
-
dimensional

radiological image data

This project has been funded in whole or in part with Federal
funds from the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of
Health, under Contract No. N01
-
LM
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9
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3543.



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1
University of Illinois at Chicago


Radiological Tele
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Immersion

VR software/programming:

Zhuming Ai, PhD, Fred Dech


Content expert:

Jonathan Silverstein M.D.

This project has been funded in part with Federal funds from the
National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, under
Contract No. N01
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LM
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9
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3543 and Grant R01
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LM
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06756
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01.



2000
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1
University of Illinois at Chicago


Virtual Reality: The Future has Arrived





3
-
Dimensional Education

Simulations

Pre
-
Treatment planning



CAVE,
Immersadesk,
and NGI
technologies

School of Biomedical and Health Information Sciences

and Department of Surgery, College of Medicine



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1
University of Illinois at Chicago




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University of Illinois at Chicago


Barriers yet to conquer


Barr

Cost

Ubiquitous high
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performance
networking (1GB >=)

Cultural change



2000
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University of Illinois at Chicago


Barriers yet to conquer


Barr

Cost


trends are in right direction

Ubiquitous high
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performance
networking (1GB >=)

Cultural change


may be hardest part


Fit In?

Quality of Service (QoS) Issues


Where Does



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University of Illinois at Chicago


QoS


Basic Types


Resource reservation


Prioritization


Need?


More traffic


More demanding applications


In healthcare, applications demand more
frequent.



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University of Illinois at Chicago


Tele
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Immersion QoS Requirements


Bandwidth needs: High


Priority: High


Multicast


Guaranteed bandwidth



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Remote Surgery or Simulation


QoS Requirements


Bandwidth needs: Moderate


Priority: Highest


Low Latency


Guaranteed bandwidth



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University of Illinois at Chicago


Distributed Anatomy Lab


QoS Requirements


Bandwidth needs: Low
-
moderate


Priority: Low
-
medium


Low Latency


Guaranteed bandwidth: Not needed



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University of Illinois at Chicago


Compared to other domains, the
need for “big pipe” is not as
important.

Caveat



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