Image processing techniques permit the reconstruction of 3D models of the organs from the medical images of the patient in order to provides detailed information of the inner organs and pathologies and to support surgeons by means of virtual and augmented reality applications.

Augmented reality technology can guide the surgeon in the intraoperative phase by overlapping the virtual 3D models of the organs onto the real patient and provide a sort of ”X-Ray” vision of the internal patient’s anatomy.

The research activity of the AVR Lab is focused on the use of Virtual and Augmented Reality technologies to support surgeons in the diagnosis, the preoperative planning and the intraoperative phase in minimally invasive surgery.

Download the research portfolio on AR/VR in medicine (in Italian).

An Augmented Reality Platform for Medical Planning

BRAVO Project


Augmented Reality in RFA of the Hepatic Tumours

Micro project in a nutshell

Augmented Reality in Pediatric Laparoscopy

Human Anatomy Visualization and Navigation System for Image-Guided Surgery

Distance Measurement for an Accurate Laparoscopy Surgery