The project consists of augmenting the surgical cockpit to facilitate the execution of gestures during robotic laparoscopic surgery. This includes the design, implementation and evaluation of multimodal interaction techniques at the cross-road between HCI and Robotics. An example of this could be 1) devices which will be manipulated by both the user and a robot to increase the robustness of the interaction or 2) devices using non-standard body parts such as the head or the feet. Read more on the ISIR project website and the CAMI Labex website.
Hard Constraints: Why Telemanipulated Surgical Robots Affect Creative Tool Use.
Symposium: Workgroup on Interactive Systems in Healthcare. Poster, WISH@CHI 2019. 6 pages submission.
Impacts of Telemanipulation in Robotic Assisted Surgery.