Real-Time Collision Detection for Virtual Surgery

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Real-Time Collision Detection for Virtual Surgery
We present a simple method for performing real-time collision detection in a virtual surgery environment. The method relies on the graphics hardware for testing the interpenetration between a virtual deformable organ and a rigid tool controlled by the user. The method enables to take into account the motion of the tool between two consecutive time steps. For our specific application, the new method runs about a hundred times faster than the well known orientedbounding-boxes tree method [5].
Jean-Christophe Lombardo, Marie-Paule Cani, Fabric
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Type Conference
Year 1999
Where CA
Authors Jean-Christophe Lombardo, Marie-Paule Cani, Fabrice Neyret
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