Impressions from IEEE VR Conference 2021

The IEEE Conference on Virtual Reality and 3D User Interfaces (IEEE VR) is the leading international event in the fields of virtual, augmented and mixed reality, showcasing groundbreaking research and accomplishments by virtual reality pioneers since 1993. Two of our PhD students had the opportunity to participate virtually in the event, which would normally have taken place in Lisbon, Portugal this year.

Danny Schott presented his conference paper, "A VR/AR Environment for Multi-User Liver Anatomy Education." This work presents a virtual and augmented reality multi-user prototype learning environment for liver anatomy education.
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Vuthea Chheang presented a prototype for liver surgery planning in a poster session titled "Collaborative VR for Liver Surgery Planning using Wearable Data Gloves: An Interactive Demonstration."