2. project report on health informatics research topics.

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PROJECT REPORT ON HEALTHINFORMATICS RESEARCH TOPICSVIRTUAL REALITY IN SURGICAL PLANNING AND TRAININGSUBJECT NAME:SUBJECT CODE:STUDENT NAME:TEACHER NAME:DATE:ContentsIntroduction.................................................................................................................................................2
1Evolution/History........................................................................................................................................3Description and the characteristics.............................................................................................................4Key components of computing technology.................................................................................................5Architecture.................................................................................................................................................6Opportunities, advantages, and limitations.................................................................................................7Findings and conclusion/recommendation.................................................................................................8REFERENCES................................................................................................................................................9Marking Sheet:..........................................................................................................................................10Introduction
2It has been observed that the virtual reality has revolutionized various disciplines of science by offeringthe methods of novelty in order to visualize the complicated structures of the data and also offeringvarious means in order to manipulate the data in the real time through a natural process. The promisingareas for applications of the systems of virtual reality are education, simulations of the military,engineering, entertainment and the medicine. It is clearly stated that the opportunities for learning arebeing afforded through the simulation and the environment of the virtual reality which have encouragedthe exploration as the modalities of learning for the surgical training and the planning. The continuousimprovisations in the technology demonstrate the role of the virtual reality in surgical training and themethod for future.Further, this report will help in understanding the virtual reality in the surgical training and the planning.The evolution of the virtual reality will be discussed in order to provide knowledge in depth about theconcept. Then, the various characteristics of the virtual reality will be discussed in the surgical planningand training. The essential components of the computing technology will be discussed in order tounderstand the concept of virtual reality. Furthermore, the architecture system and the setup of theselected technology of computing will be discussed in order to support the virtual reality in the surgicaltraining and the planning. Then, the advantages, limitations and the opportunities of the virtual reality inthe surgical training and the planning will be discussed in order to have a better future of healthcare. Also,the recommendation and the findings will be made depending on the applications of the virtual reality inthe surgical training and the planning.
3Evolution/HistoryIt has been stated that the computer screen was designed in order to see the world through virtual reality.Various challenges were faced in order to create the world act, feel, look and the sound real. Further,efforts were placed in the virtual reality in media, and it is essential to understand that it demonstrates theinterface to a great variety of 3D (three-dimensional) applications of the computer. The terminology ofvirtual reality in being given by J. Lanier in 1980. Furthermore, the virtual reality is being defined as theinterface of the human computer which simulates the actual and the real environments by allowing theinteraction of the participants (Chan, S., Conti, F., Salisbury, K., & Blevins, N. H. 2013). The mainobjective behind the virtual reality is to create the world of three-dimensional digitalization which willmodel the realistic environment just like the cyberspace.Moreover, the work of Sutherland on the interactive displays of a head mounted in the year 1960 raisedthe bar for the creation of the visualization of three-dimensional graphics. But, till early 1980 thecomponents didn’t allow Lanier and various others in order to create the desirable suits of the body,HMDs, etc. Also, it has been stated that the virtual reality is being used in the various settings liketraining, education, and entertainment. The interactive and the visualized nature of the virtual reality hasproved to be essential in the understanding of the complicated structures of three dimensions for thepurpose of training in the tasks of visuospatial. But, the recognition has maximized the interest in thedeveloping applications of virtual reality in the surgical training and the planning.Furthermore, the three-dimensional data of imaging is being used in order to understand the complicatedrelationships of anatomy in particular patients and further analyze and display the anatomy ofmicrosurgical of the bifurcation of the basilar artery (Schreuder et al., 2014). The re-constructions of the3D has been proved useful in formulating the stereotactic along with the minimal procedures of invasiveneurosurgery. The application of the soft and the facial issues contains the planning of the resections ofthe liver on the three-dimensional, the model of deformable along with the aid of the tool of laparoscopicof virtual reality.
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