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3D Tracking System Using Endoscope for Narrow Space

Abstract : — This paper presents a real-time arthroscopic system that uses an endoscope and optical fiber to navigate a normal vector for the reconstructed surface of the knee joint. Navigation experiments using a synthetic knee joint were performed underwater. Compared to the freehand technique, navigational accuracy of the proposed system was significantly improved from at least 12.6° to 9.5°.
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Zhongjie Long, Kouki Nagamune. 3D Tracking System Using Endoscope for Narrow Space. 38th IEEE Annual International Conference Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), IEEE, Aug 2016, Orlando, United States. ⟨hal-01346939⟩

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