Yeshwanth Pulijala

Yeshwanth Pulijala
University of Huddersfield · School of Art, Design and Architecture

PhD, MSc, BDS

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October 2014 - November 2015
Glasgow School of Art
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  • Research Assistant

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Virtual reality (VR) surgery using Oculus Rift and Leap Motion devices is a multi-sensory, holistic surgical training experience. A multimedia combination including 360° videos, three-dimensional interaction, and stereoscopic videos in VR has been developed to enable trainees to experience a realistic surgery environment. The innovation allows trai...
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Purpose: Surgical training methods are evolving with the technological advancements, including the application of virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality. However, 28 to 40% of novice residents are not confident in performing a major surgical procedure. VR surgery, an immersive VR (iVR) experience, was developed using Oculus Rift and Leap Motio...
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VR Surgery is an immersive virtual reality operating room experience for trainee surgeons in oral and maxillofacial surgery maxillofacial surgery. Using a combination of Oculus Rift head-mounted display, Leap Motion tracking devices, high-resolution stereoscopic 3D videos and 360-degree videos, this application allows a trainee to virtually partici...
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Background: Virtual reality is the science of creating a virtual environment for the assessment of various anatomical regions of the body for the diagnosis, planning and surgical training. Augmented reality is the superimposition of a 3D real environment specific to individual patient onto the surgical filed using semi-transparent glasses to augme...
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There are difficulties in acquiring surgical skills through implicit and indirect teaching methods. These skills include decision-making, situational awareness, teamwork and communication, and leadership. Industries exploiting Human Factors methodologies are imperative to developing training methods capable of improving skill acquisition. This proj...
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How and why do experts implement advanced cognitions and behaviours? •How do cognitions differ from trainees? •How can differences be taught explicitly? ..'you can’t see it, it’s just feel. That is one of the reasons why the trainees feel it’s very difficult when it comes to this area.They don’t understand what I’m doing.' Aim:To create a virtual...
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‘Sur-face’ is an interactive mobile app illustrating different orthognathic surgeries and their potential complications. This study aimed to evaluate the efficacy of Sur-face by comparing two methods of delivering patient information on orthognathic surgeries and their related potential complications: a mobile app with interactive three-dimensional...
Conference Paper
Corrective surgery of face, also known as orthognathic surgery, is a complex procedure performed to correct the underlying facial deformities. In case of elective surgeries like these, patients need to make voluntary decisions whether or not undergoing the surgery. Hence, it is very important for them to understand the intricacy of the techniques a...
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Human Nervous System is one of the basic yet most difficult topics in medical education. With millions of neurons from varied origins, pathways and types regulating different functions, it is the least understood system of human body. Among all the organs, the face has a dense nerve innervations in a compact area making it a challenge for students...

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