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Christopher Remde

Christopher Remde

Bachelor of Arts


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Publications (3)
Background Surgical training is primarily carried out through observation during assistance or on-site classes, by watching videos as well as by different formats of simulation. The simulation of physical presence in the operating theatre in virtual reality might complement these necessary experiences. A prerequisite is a new education concept for...
Three‐dimensional tissue cultures are important models for the study of cell‐cell and cell‐matrix interactions, as well as, to investigate tissue repair and reconstruction pathways. Therefore, we designed a reproducible and easy to handle printable bioreactor system (Teburu), that is applicable for different approaches of pathway investigation and...
Background Recent developments in the field of augmented reality (AR) have enabled new use cases in surgery. Initial set‐up of an appropriate infrastructure for maintaining an AR surgical workflow requires investment in appropriate hardware. Methods We compared the usability of the Microsoft HoloLens and Meta 2 head mounted displays (HMDs). Fiftee...


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So far, Head Mounted Displays (HMD) were bulky, heavy devices and their displays had an inadequate resolution. Furthermore, hiding the real world Virtual Reality HMD are not allowing the surgeon to directly see the surgical site: This limited their use significantly. The recent availability of high-resolution displays, tremendously faster processors, and – most importantly – the development of Mixed Reality technology will dramatically change the way surgeons might use this technology in the future. Together with the Interdisciplinary Laboratory Image Knowledge Gestaltung at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin we are currently working on 1. Preoperative surgical planning in visceral surgery (VR, MR) 2. MR assisted surgery, tele-consulting & mentoring and 3. Training of surgical technicians via 360° videos and immersive 3D spaces.
My goal is to develop a program which can automatically convert volumetric Video in PointCloud Format to vol. video in Polygonal format with reprojected textures on it. This should allow for a better viewing quality. The videos are recorded via LiveScan3D with multiple Depth Sensors (Kinect2)