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Realizing Touchless Interaction in the Operating Theatre
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The Kinect sensor has opened up the possibilities of touchless interaction in many different environments beyond simply gaming. However, our understanding of how users want and need to interact with a system through gestures is still very limited. With this presentation I will present our challenges and successes in designing a system for surgeons to manipulate 3D anatomical images during surgery through touchless interaction.
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