Overview



Human Computer Interaction in Medical Imaging.

The Flensburg University of Applied Sciences develops new approaches to human-computer interaction in medical imaging. The main focus is the utilization of modern, inexpensive 3D input devices like recently developed game controllers or gesture control hardware. One goal is to enhance the usability and efficiency of imaging software used in diagnostic radiology (PACS, post-processing software), with special focus on volumetric imaging. Another goal is the development of computer based training tools.

Latest journal article


RSNA Magna Cum Laude Award. Winner 2012

Understanding Spatial Relationships in Ultrasound Imaging - Introduction of a Computer Based Training Tool Utilizing Game Controllers and Open Source Software (abstract, flyer).


Cooperation partners.

University of California, Davis, USA,
Dept. of Radiology.

University of California, San Francisco, USA,
Dept. of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging.

Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine Chicago, USA,
Dept. of Radiology.

University Hospital Göttingen, Germany,
Dept. of Trauma Surgery, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.

University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Hannover, Germany,
Dept. of Information and Communication.

University of Zürich, Switzerland,
Institute of Forensic Medicine.


Big Thanks to:

Sarah Freitag, Markus Hertel, Jim Lacy, Martin Müller, Catharina Paulsen, Nils Petersen, Oliver Preikszas, Simon Sauerland, Alena Simon, Matthias Süncksen, Jesse Wilmot, ...and numerous students from the Flensburg University of Applied Sciences!