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The OpenVR library is integrated into the MeVisLab platform, allowing a direct and uncomplicated usage of the head mounted display HTC Vive inside the MeVisLab platform. ... Medical data coming from other MeVisLab modules can directly be connected per drag-and-drop to the Virtual Reality module, rendering the data inside the HTC Vive for immersive virtual reality inspection ... Moreover, the authors want to thank their colleagues Laurenz Theuerkauf, Peter Mohr and Denis Kalkofen for their support. ...doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0173972 pmid:28323840 pmcid:PMC5360258 fatcat:hmgz5md73ndgjkdvsk6g343jwa
, for the development of medical image applications for virtual environments. ... The proposed method utilises OpenGL context sharing between Unity and VTK to render VTK objects into the Unity scene via a Unity native plugin. ... Integrating VR into VTK has attracted great research interest already. For example, adding VR support to the VTK-based medical application MeVisLab  . ...doi:10.1049/htl.2018.5064 pmid:30800321 pmcid:PMC6372083 fatcat:7mv5afxtdneipbiwayfvj3lv24
Journal of Imaging
In this paper, we describe a virtual reality system for immersive surgery planning using dynamic three-dimensional echocardiography, which enables fast prototyping for visualisation such as volume rendering ... nature of congenital heart disease requires understanding of the complex, patient-specific three-dimensional dynamic anatomy of the heart, from imaging data such as three-dimensional echocardiography for ... for her advice on CFD simulations; Alice Taylor-Gee and her team for her support with public engagement activities; Jo Adamou for contributing to our developments from a patient's perspective; and David ...doi:10.3390/jimaging7080151 pmid:34460787 pmcid:PMC8404926 fatcat:aacahom4mfchhhfgvgsskipbqa