"Feedback Modalities for Attention Management in Minimally Invasive Surgery"
Feedback Modalities for Attention Management in Minimally Invasive Surgery
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While laparoscopic surgery has revolutionized many surgical procedures in terms of operation duration as well as being milder for the patient by only using small incisions to perform operations, it also increased surgeons cognitive loads due to complex eye hand coordination and mapping of three dimensional space onto a two dimensional display. This master thesis, written as part of the Institute of Pervasive Computings MinIAttention project (FFG 851.227) introduces suitable ICT-based feedback modalities for surgeons during such operations, helping them to keep higher levels of attention. [...]