Feasibility of gesture-based control of MRI-guided interventional procedures
Labonny Biswas 1 , Akram Kassay 1,2 , Perry Radau 1 , Kevan Anderson 1 , and Graham Wright 1
Sunnybrook Research Institute, Toronto, ON,
of Waterloo, ON, Canada
The use of the Leap Motion device and software for
interventional MRI guidance through integration with
visualization software has been investigated. Noise
effects of the device were tested in the scanner room
finding negligible decrease in SNR. Usability of
gestures to control an imaging plane was evaluated in
software, demonstrating ease of use in navigation of
planes to targets. A feasibility test in the scanner
allowed gesture-based control of real-time imaging
planes by the operator in the scanner room.
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