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Virtual Reality Dynamic Anatomy(VRDA)(1990-present)

The Virtual Reality Dynamic Anatomy (VRDA) framework was initiated in 1997 which combined research in augmented reality, optical tracking, head-worn displays, and computer vision developed in our laboratory to perform dynamic optical superimposition of internal organs on the human body. The VRDA project first investigated the optical superimposition of bony knee joint on a human knee in motion, research featured in Scientific America in an article by Steve Feiner and also CNN-online. Videos of this work can be found under images & movies on our site.

Additional References

Yohan Baillot, First Implementation of the Virtual Reality Dynamic Anatomy Tool, M.S. Thesis, University of Central Florida (1999)