Studio Talks

Dissect. Visualize. Educate.

Thursday, 14 August 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM | Vancouver Convention Centre, West Building, Rooms 116-117

My Corporis Fabrica: Making Anatomy Easy

My Corporis Fabrica is the first assistant tool for easily modeling and simulating anatomy. Based on a character skin provided by the user, it automatically creates a complete anatomical model. The user can create a selection graphically or, using an interactive knowledge base, export it for visualization or simulation.

Armelle Bauer
INRIA Rhône-Alpes

François Faure
INRIA Rhône-Alpes

Virtual Dog Head: Using 3D Models to Teach Complex Veterinary Anatomy

A new method of interactive learning through incorporation of 3D-computed tomography, scan-generated models of the larynx and hyoid apparatus in dogs using OpenGL and the Oculus Rift.

Matt Viehdorfer
Oregon State University

Sarah Nemanic
Oregon State University

Serena Mills
Oregon State University

Mike Bailey
Oregon State University

Charismatic and Eloquent Instructor Avatars with Scriptable Gesture

This paper describes a system of computer animation characters with scriptable gesture that serve as charismatic and eloquent instructor avatars for delivering digital educational materials.

Jian Cui
Purdue University

Nicoletta Adamo-Villani
Purdue University

Voicu Popescu
Purdue University

Development of a Communication-Assistant Application With Blinking for Physically Handicapped Children and Elderly People

This contactless communication-assistant application is not affected by ambient conditions such as brightness or variations in eye shapes.

Ippei Torii
Aichi Institute of Technology

Kaoruko Ohtani
Aichi Institute of Technology