Automating real-time feedback in virtual reality training through data mining
Grant number: LP130100806 | Funding period: 2014 - 2016
This project will use data mining techniques to develop a real-time feedback system that can be used in virtual reality training environments. This system will not only improve trainees' learning, it will also lead to more efficient use of virtual reality training in industries such as aviation, aerospace, mining, health and emergency services.
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Presentation of automated procedural guidance in surgical simulation: results of two randomised controlled trials.
S Wijewickrema, Y Zhou, I Ioannou, B Copson, P Piromchai, C Yu, R Briggs, J Bailey, G Kennedy, S O'Leary
OBJECTIVE: To investigate the effectiveness and usability of automated procedural guidance during virtual temporal bone surgery. M..
Provision of Automated Step-by-Step Procedural Guidance in Virtual Reality Surgery Simulation
Sudanthi Wijewickrema, Yun Zhou, James Bailey, Gregor Kennedy, Stephen O'Leary
One of the roadblocks to the wide-spread use of virtual reality simulation as a surgical training platform is the need for expert ..