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International Journal of Electronics Signals and Systems

Abstract

Virtual reality (VR) encompasses a number of surgical research topics, including computer graphics, imaging, visualization, simulation, data fusion and telemedicine. In this paper we define virtual reality and each of these areas, focusing on a state-of-the-art review of the research and recent accomplishments. .Virtual reality is a powerful technology for solving today’s real-world problems. Virtual reality refers to computer-generated, interactive, three-dimensional (3-D) environments into which patients are immersed. It provides a way for surgeon to visualize, manipulate and interact with simulated environments through the use of computers and extremely complex data.

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