Controlling 3D Object made of CT data in Medical Training System Using Leap Motion

Open Access

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.

Mohamed Atef Seif, Ryosuke Umeda and Hiroki Higa

The Author field can not be Empty

Ryukyu University, Japan

The Institution field can't be Empty

Vol.3, Issue 3

Volume and Issue can't be empty


The Page Numbers field can't be Empty


Publication Date field can't be Empty