AVR Lab is involved in the Human-Computer Interaction technology (HCI) that makes more simple and intuitive the interaction between user and computer.

In medicine the HCI allows a touchless interaction and a simple and intuitive fruition of specific patient’s data in those environments, such as the operative theatre, where any contact with the devices should be avoided because of the need to provide aseptic interactions between computer systems and medical staff.

The research activity of the AVR Lab includes the design and development of systems able to detect the movements of the doctor’s hand and to associate the execution of relevant commands.

Augmented Reality and Myo

Interaction With Virtual Organs For Surgical Pre-Operative Planning

Virtual Touch Screen