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Abstract #2227

Immersive and Interactive On-the-fly MRI Control and Visualization with a Holographic Augmented Reality Interface: A Trans-Atlantic Test

Jose Velazco-Garcia1, Nikolaos Tsekos1, Andrew Webb2, and Kirsten Koolstra2
1Medical Robotics and Imaging Lab, University of Houston, Houston, TX, United States, 2Leiden University Medical Center, Leiden, Netherlands


We present the computational Framework for Interactive Immersion into Imaging Data (FI3D) for 3D visualization of MR data as they are collected and on-the-fly control of the MRI scanner. The FI3D was implemented to integrate an MRI scanner with the operator who used a customized holographic scene, generated by a HoloLens head mounted display (HMD), to (1) view images and image-generated outcomes (e.g., segmentation) and (2) control the MR scanner to update the acquisition protocol. In this study, the framework linked an MR scanner in Leiden (The Netherlands) and an operator in Houston (USA).

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