Advances in Robotics and Virtual Reality by Hao Su, Gregory A. Cole, Gregory S. Fischer (auth.), Tauseef
By Hao Su, Gregory A. Cole, Gregory S. Fischer (auth.), Tauseef Gulrez, Aboul Ella Hassanien (eds.)
A past human wisdom and succeed in, robotics is strongly thinking about tackling demanding situations of latest rising multidisciplinary fields. including people, robots are busy exploring and dealing at the new iteration of rules and difficulties whose answer is another way very unlikely to discover. the long run is close to while robots will feel, scent and contact humans and their lives. in the back of this functional element of human-robotics, there's a part a century spanned robotics learn, which reworked robotics right into a smooth technological know-how. The Advances in Robotics and digital fact is a compilation of rising software components of robotics. The ebook covers robotics function in medication, area exploration and in addition explains the function of digital fact as a non-destructive try mattress which constitutes a premise of additional advances in the direction of new demanding situations in robotics. This booklet, edited through recognized scientists with the help of a superb group of fifteen authors, is a compatible reference for robotics researchers and students from comparable disciplines comparable to special effects, digital simulation, surgical procedure, biomechanics and neuroscience.
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A 110 mm, ﬂuid-ﬁlled spherical MR phantom was placed in the isocenter and the robot placed such that the tip was at a distance of 120 mm from the center of the phantom (a representative depth from perineum to prostate), as shown in Fig. 4(right). For the pneumatic robot, the phantom was imaged using four standard prostate imaging protocols: 1) T1W FFE: T1 weighted fast ﬁeld 24 H. A. S. Fischer Table 1. 4 ms 188 ms Flip Ang Bandwidth 75o 90o 50o 90o 751 158 217 745 Hz/pixel Hz/pixel Hz/pixel Hz/pixel gradient echo; 2) T2W TSE: T2 weighted turbo spin echo; 3) TFE (FGRE): “real-time” turbo ﬁeld gradient echo.
13 shows images of the prostate of a volunteer placed in the scanner bore on the leg rest. With the robot operational, there is no visually identiﬁable loss in image quality of the prostate. 2 MR Compatibility of Pneumatic Actuated Needle Placement Robot As can be seen in Fig. 13, the motors and encoders provide very small visually identiﬁable interference with the operation of the scanner. Fig. 15 depicts one slice of the tracking ﬁducial frame which provides the full position information of the robot.
Fig. 13 shows images of the prostate of a volunteer placed in the scanner bore on the leg rest. With the robot operational, there is no visually identiﬁable loss in image quality of the prostate. 2 MR Compatibility of Pneumatic Actuated Needle Placement Robot As can be seen in Fig. 13, the motors and encoders provide very small visually identiﬁable interference with the operation of the scanner. Fig. 15 depicts one slice of the tracking ﬁducial frame which provides the full position information of the robot.