CAMDASS Computer Assisted Medical Diagnosis and Surgery System Concept by European Space Agency is designed to support deep space astronauts perform medical interventions upon one another developed through the European Space Agency for upcoming astronauts, the computer assisted medical diagnosis and surgery system is an augmented reality prototype to help non-experts attain
CAMDASS has previously been tested at the saint-pierre college hospital in brussels, belgium.
it currently characteristics only with ultrasound, which is available on the global space station,
but the investigation team anticipates its integration with other devices for additional surgical procedures. The system would provide you with the assistance needed by responders inside deep space, as well as in developing areas or remote locations. CAMDASS utilizes a 3D head-mounted display, linked in order to an infrared camera to track an ultrasound device. AR markers are placed on a patient’s body to indicate important sites, and the program calibrates the display relative to the viewer’s and patient’s positions. the headset displays floating markers that, while aligned
with the real markers on the patient’s body, indicate that the ultrasound probe (as well as other device) can be in the right location.
Design by European Space Agency