Computational Interaction and Robotics Lab
The Computational Interaction and Robotics Lab (CIRL) is directed by Prof. Greg Hager, and app. 12 students are working on the projects along with the regular stuff members. The current focus of research in CIRL is on robotic applications of computer vision and similar sensing modalities, with a focus on the surgical domain. The goal of these applications varies between computational analysis, tracking and visualization, and providing guidance. Current major ongoing projects include surgical modeling and robotic gesture recognition, human-machine collaborative systems, micro-surgical assistant workstation, computer vision for sinus surgery and ultrasound elastography.
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