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Shenshu acupuncture’s force feedback / 中国组织工程研究
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-437394
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ABSTRACT

BACKGROUND:

The correct and effective acupuncture manipulation of famous doctors are used to generate the realistic visual, auditory and tactile integrated computer virtual environments for acupuncture simulation based on the various techniques with the core of computer, which can greatly enhance the realism of the operator, and reduce the clinical acupuncture accidents.

OBJECTIVE:

To establish the virtual Shenshu acupuncture force feedback simulation system.

METHODS:

Based on the force feedback device, the Shenyu manipulations from the famous acupuncturists were col ected and integrated into the digital virtual body. On the three-dimensional digital human body integrated with information of Shenshu, the interaction force of needle body and tissues during the acupuncture process was analyzed with the virtual reality technology according to physical characteristics of the tissues within Shenshu, in order to establish the mechanical model to simulate needle body force, and to transmit truly to the operator by the force feedback device. RESUTLS AND

CONCLUSION:

Shenshu virtual acupuncture force feedback simulation was preliminary established, and the sense of touch could be reproduced lively during mimic the acupuncture of Shenshu on the visualized virtual acupuncture human. Shenyu acupuncture force feedback researches have provided a preliminary exploration for virtual acupuncture that integrated with the information of visual, tactile and force feedback, and also provided a dynamic one-on-one simulation means for acupuncture teaching.

Full text: Available Index: WPRIM (Western Pacific) Language: Chinese Journal: Chinese Journal of Tissue Engineering Research Year: 2013 Type: Article

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Full text: Available Index: WPRIM (Western Pacific) Language: Chinese Journal: Chinese Journal of Tissue Engineering Research Year: 2013 Type: Article