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Subject: Computer Science
Title:
impulse-based rendering methods for haptic simulation of bone-burring
Author: Wang Qiong ; Chen Hui ; Wu Wen ; Qin Jing ; Heng Pheng Ann
Keyword: Haptic simulation of bone-burring ; impulse-based dynamics ; vibration modeling ; surgical simulation ; virtual reality
Source: IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON HAPTICS
Issued Date: 2012
Volume: 5, Issue:4, Pages:344-355
Indexed Type: SCI ; EI
Department: Wang Qiong; Qin Jing; Heng Pheng Ann Chinese Univ Hong Kong Dept Comp Sci & Engn Shatin 999077 Hong Kong Peoples R China. Chen Hui Chinese Acad Sci Inst Software Beijing 100190 Peoples R China. Wu Wen Univ Macau Fac Sci & Technol Dept Comp & Informat Sci Taipa Peoples R China.
Sponsorship: NSFC/RGC Joint Research Scheme; Council of Hong Kong; National Natural Science Foundation of China NCUHK409/09, 60931160441; NSFC 60703120, 61135003; National Fundamental Research Grant of Science and Technology (973 Project) 2009CB320804; University of Macau MYRG150(Y1-L2)-FST11-WW
Abstract: Bone-burring is a common procedure in orthopedic, dental, and otologic surgeries. Virtual reality (VR)-based surgical simulations with both visual and haptic feedbacks provide novice surgeons with a feasible and safe way to practice their burring skill. However, creating realistic haptic interactions between a high-speed rotary burr and stiff bone is a challenging task. In this paper, we propose a novel interactive haptic bone-burring model based on impulse-based dynamics to simulate the contact forces, including resistant and frictional forces. In order to mimic the lateral and axial burring vibration forces, a 3D vibration model has been developed. A prototype haptic simulation system for the bone-burring procedure has been implemented to evaluate the proposed haptic rendering methods. Several experiments of force evaluations and task-oriented tests were conducted on the prototype system. The results demonstrate the validity and feasibility of the proposed methods.
English Abstract: Bone-burring is a common procedure in orthopedic, dental, and otologic surgeries. Virtual reality (VR)-based surgical simulations with both visual and haptic feedbacks provide novice surgeons with a feasible and safe way to practice their burring skill. However, creating realistic haptic interactions between a high-speed rotary burr and stiff bone is a challenging task. In this paper, we propose a novel interactive haptic bone-burring model based on impulse-based dynamics to simulate the contact forces, including resistant and frictional forces. In order to mimic the lateral and axial burring vibration forces, a 3D vibration model has been developed. A prototype haptic simulation system for the bone-burring procedure has been implemented to evaluate the proposed haptic rendering methods. Several experiments of force evaluations and task-oriented tests were conducted on the prototype system. The results demonstrate the validity and feasibility of the proposed methods.
Language: 英语
WOS ID: WOS:000310384300006
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URI: http://ir.iscas.ac.cn/handle/311060/15064
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Wang Qiong,Chen Hui,Wu Wen,et al. impulse-based rendering methods for haptic simulation of bone-burring[J]. IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON HAPTICS,2012-01-01,5(4):344-355.
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