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Published on Feb 11, 2011
This video demonstrates using a Kinect sensor (typically used with an X-Box 360 video gaming platform) to control 3D rendered CT images using TeraRecon at the Center for Biomolecular Imaging at Wake Forest University School of Medicine, part of Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center. At the CBI, we take stacks of 2D images from a CT scan and render them in 3D using software by TeraRecon, Inc. Typically, we use a mouse to control the 3D rendering system to rotate and view the images. Using Kinect sensor, a surgeon can manipulate the 3D visualization in midair without having to move the mouse.