Robotic Hand-Held Surgical Device: Evaluation of End-Effector's Kinematics and Development of Proof-of-Concept Prototypes

We are working towards the development of a robotic hand-held surgical device for laparoscopic interventions that enhances the surgeons' dexterity. In this paper, the kinematics of the end effector is studied. Different choices of kinematics are compared during an evaluation campaign using a virtual reality simulator to find the optimal one: the Yaw-Roll (YR) kinematics. A proof of concept prototype is made based on the results.


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Medical Image Computing and Computer-Assisted Intervention - Miccai 2010, Pt Iii, 6363, 432-439
Year:
2010
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13th International Conference on Medical Image Computing and Computer-Assisted Intervention
Sep 20-24, 2010
China Natl Convent Ctr, Beijing, PEOPLES R CHINA
MICCAI Soc
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