Controlling 3D Object made of CT data in Medical Training System Using Leap Motion
Abstract: This paper describes a user interface of 3D (three-dimensional) object converted from 2D (two-dimensional) CT data in DICOM format using Leap Motion device that can be used as a medical training system for medical students and interns. The resultant data can be controlled in a 3D development environment of Unity software. The system consists of desktop computer, the displaying software environment and Leap Motion device. The experimental results show that we can have a desirable control over the rendered object in 360 degrees, and that we can check the details of the object using zooming feature in the system.