HCI in Medical Visualization

Bernhard Preim
Research in medical visualization lead to a remarkable collection of algorithms for efficiently exploring medical imaging data, such as CT, MRI and DTI. However, widespread use of such algorithms requires careful parameterization, integration of individual algorithms in solutions for real-world problems in diagnosis, treatment planning and intraoperative navigation. In the field of HCI, input devices, interaction techniques as well as a process for achieving usable, useful, and attractive user interfaces are explored. Findings from HCI...