Long Qian
Long Qian
Ph.D of Computer Science, Johns Hopkins University
Verified email at jhu.edu - Homepage
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Comparison of optical see-through head-mounted displays for surgical interventions with object-anchored 2D-display
L Qian, A Barthel, A Johnson, G Osgood, P Kazanzides, N Navab, ...
International journal of computer assisted radiology and surgery 12 (6), 901-910, 2017
422017
Comprehensive tracker based display calibration for holographic optical see-through head-mounted display
L Qian, E Azimi, P Kazanzides, N Navab
arXiv preprint arXiv:1703.05834, 2017
24*2017
Image guided percutaneous spine procedures using an optical see-through head mounted display: proof of concept and rationale
G Deib, A Johnson, M Unberath, K Yu, S Andress, L Qian, G Osgood, ...
Journal of neurointerventional surgery 10 (12), 1187-1191, 2018
162018
ARssist: augmented reality on a head-mounted display for the first assistant in robotic surgery
L Qian, A Deguet, P Kazanzides
Healthcare technology letters 5 (5), 194-200, 2018
142018
Towards virtual monitors for image guided interventions-real-time streaming to optical see-through head-mounted displays
L Qian, M Unberath, K Yu, B Fuerst, A Johnson, N Navab, G Osgood
arXiv preprint arXiv:1710.00808, 2017
112017
Prioritization and static error compensation for multi-camera collaborative tracking in augmented reality
J Wang, L Qian, E Azimi, P Kazanzides
2017 IEEE Virtual Reality (VR), 335-336, 2017
102017
Evaluation of optical see-through head-mounted displays in training for critical care and trauma
E Azimi, A Winkler, E Tucker, L Qian, M Sharma, J Doswell, N Navab, ...
2018 IEEE Conference on Virtual Reality and 3D User Interfaces (VR), 1-9, 2018
72018
Robust optical see-through head-mounted display calibration: Taking anisotropic nature of user interaction errors into account
E Azimi, L Qian, P Kazanzides, N Navab
2017 IEEE Virtual Reality (VR), 219-220, 2017
72017
Augmented reality assisted instrument insertion and tool manipulation for the first assistant in robotic surgery
L Qian, A Deguet, Z Wang, YH Liu, P Kazanzides
2019 International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), 5173-5179, 2019
52019
Modeling physical structure as additional constraints for stereoscopic optical see-through head-mounted display calibration
L Qian, A Winkler, B Fuerst, P Kazanzides, N Navab
2016 IEEE international symposium on mixed and augmented reality (ISMAR …, 2016
52016
Reduction of interaction space in single point active alignment method for optical see-through head-mounted display calibration
L Qian, A Winkler, B Fuerst, P Kazanzides, N Navab
2016 IEEE international symposium on mixed and augmented reality (ISMAR …, 2016
52016
Can mixed-reality improve the training of medical procedures?
E Azimi, A Winkler, E Tucker, L Qian, J Doswell, N Navab, P Kazanzides
2018 40th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in …, 2018
42018
A Review of Augmented Reality in Robotic-Assisted Surgery
L Qian, JY Wu, S DiMaio, N Navab, P Kazanzides
IEEE Transactions on Medical Robotics and Bionics, 2019
32019
Restoring the awareness in the occluded visual field for optical see-through head-mounted displays
L Qian, A Plopski, N Navab, P Kazanzides
IEEE transactions on visualization and computer graphics 24 (11), 2936-2946, 2018
32018
An Ethernet to FireWire bridge for real-time control of the da Vinci Research Kit (dVRK)
L Qian, Z Chen, P Kazanzides
2015 IEEE 20th Conference on Emerging Technologies & Factory Automation …, 2015
32015
ARAMIS: Augmented Reality Assistance for Minimally Invasive Surgery Using a Head-Mounted Display
L Qian, X Zhang, A Deguet, P Kazanzides
International Conference on Medical Image Computing and Computer-Assisted …, 2019
22019
Head-Mounted Display Use in Surgery: A Systematic Review
R Rahman, ME Wood, L Qian, CL Price, AA Johnson, GM Osgood
Surgical innovation, 1553350619871787, 2019
22019
dVRK-XR: Mixed Reality Extension for da Vinci Research Kit
L Qian, A Deguet, P Kazanzides
Hamlyn Symposium on Medical Robotics, 93-94, 2019
12019
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