VR update: Operating room and Medical imaging VR modules

April 16, 2018News, Research

Our development efforts in building virtual reality (VR) modules have been ongoing for the past year. We’ve decided to summarize some of our experiments, featuring two of our VR modules below: Operating room VR module http://pie.med.utoronto.ca/TVASurg/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/2018_04_blog_Mod1_Comp-1.mp4 Examining the Operating room VR module The first module is our operating room VR module, which was one of … Read More

Surgical Photogrammetry

March 15, 2018News, Research

TVASurg is always looking for new ways to help surgeons teach. As we engage with new opportunities in the VR space, we’ve gained an interest in the potential of using photogrammetry to create assets for our VR modules. Photogrammetry is the science and technology of creating a 3D model based on a series of photographs … Read More

Happy holidays from TVASurg!

December 13, 2017News

Dear subscribers and followers, Happy holidays! It’s been another great year at TVASurg – twelve new videos have been added to our atlas. If you missed any of our monthly releases, the links for all the cases we released in 2017 are in the gallery below. This year, we continue to push the boundaries of … Read More

Publication in Journal of Visualized Surgery

June 16, 2017News, Publications

The Toronto Video Atlas of Liver, Pancreas and Transplant Surgery is happy to announce our publication in the Journal of Visualized Surgery. In collaboration with Dr.s Anne Agur and Jodie Jenkinson of the University of Toronto, “Depicting surgical anatomy of the porta hepatis in living donor liver transplantation” describes the process of developing an animation-enhanced … Read More