VR update: Surgical simulation module

June 18, 2019News, Research

With summer incoming, we’d like to report on the progress we’ve made on the Virtual Reality (VR) modules developed here at TVASurg. VR surgical simulation module http://pie.med.utoronto.ca/TVASurg/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/2018_04_blog_Mod1_Comp-2c.mp4 Operating room VR modules   Our VR development has delved into simulating patient-specific procedures before, though the modules we’ve developed are more akin to surgical planning tools, where … Read More

VR update: On capturing Mixed Reality (MR)

February 13, 2019News, Research

  We’ve been experimenting with Mixed Reality (MR) capture methods to showcase some of our VR modules. The above video is our experimental result, and was presented at the 3D Med Australia 2018 Conference in Melbourne, Australia.   In VR development, one challenge we constantly encounter is communicating the VR experience, especially in settings where … Read More

TVASurg viewership survey

October 17, 2018News

TVASurg started in 2011 as a surgical video atlas focused on hepato-pancreato-biliary (HPB) and multi-organ transplant (MOT) cases. TVASurg has since evolved to include many new additions including interactive learning modules, conference lectures and obstetrics/gynaecology (OBGYN) procedures. As we continue to collaborate with other surgical specialties and explore new innovations for our viewers, we want … Read More

Video Editing Tips for Surgeons, Pt. 3: Video bitrates

November 15, 2017Tutorial

To conclude our series on video editing tips, we’ll be talking about the last piece of the video compression puzzle, the video bitrate. If you haven’t caught up with the series yet, but for Part 1: Resolution, and Part 2: Image Compression. VIDEO BITRATE Herewith our recommended settings for our video outputs: Container: MPEG4 (mp4) … Read More