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Understanding Perceptual Boundaries in Laparoscopic Surgery
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering
Human perceptual capabilities related to the laparoscopic interaction paradigm are not well known. Its study is important for the design of virtual reality simulators, and for the specification of augmented reality applications that overcome current limitations and provide a supersensing to the surgeon. As part of this work, this article addresses the study of laparoscopic pulling forces. Two definitions are proposed to focalize the problem: the perceptual fidelity boundary, limit of humandoi:10.1109/tbme.2007.908068 pmid:18334378 fatcat:o6uywb2uondvzmhgub6lv6y6j4