EXTENSIBLE AUGUMENTED REALITY FOR HUMAN INTERNAL BODY PARTS
Samuel G. Adesoye
Department of Computer Science, UC Santa Cruz.
CMPS 261, Fall 2015
Basic knowledge about human anatomy is an important education. While there has been much advances in the way the subject is being taught, there is still a very large gap in bringing these knowledge to the average man as much focus is on professional medical practitioners.
We have presented an augmented reality mobile application for anatomy education. The main goal of the project is to present a fast and accessible means of communicating anatomy information without the use of specialized and sophisticated devices. The proposed project will also provide a means of extending the viewable data set to suit any anatomy visualization need.
The basic idea is to overlay corresponding images of the dataset to be viewed to any human to which the mobile phone containing the application is pointed to, in real-time. Thus, we address the problem of human figure segmentation and tracking, pose estimation, point correspondence and superposition of the anatomic image.
The following images are results of the designed application.
ScreenShot of the Android application working in real time
Project Technical Report
Presentation Slides(contains videos)
Source code for calibration
Source code for main project