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Design of user interface in medical imaging: lessons of 3-D application definition
Author(s): Pierre Jannin; G. Mevel; Yves Gandon; Emmanuel Cordonnier
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Paper Abstract

Modern dedicated image processing workstations and even general purpose computers offer enhanced user interface capabilities. Hardware management of the user interface allows a fast, easy, and powerful dialogue between man and machine. The application design must take into account these new possibilities in order to make optimal use of the hardware. Physicians are special users in that they need to customize their working environment to carry out specific tasks. Specific medical applications in the area of 3-D display and multimodality imaging need to accommodate a sequential organization of the physician's tasks, access to the various tools (image processing features, 3-D display, environment configuration, etc. ...) and the powerful dedicated workstations the physician may require. This paper sets out a number of general rules applicable to user interface design and defines the specific features of medical imaging brought into play in the definition of the environment we have developed for medical imaging user interface design. Examples in 2-D and 3-D display mode are presented.

Paper Details

Date Published: 1 May 1992
PDF: 12 pages
Proc. SPIE 1653, Medical Imaging VI: Image Capture, Formatting, and Display, (1 May 1992); doi: 10.1117/12.59519
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Pierre Jannin, CERIUM/Lab. SIM (France)
G. Mevel, CERIUM/Lab. SIM (France)
Yves Gandon, INSERM/Lab. SIM (France)
Emmanuel Cordonnier, CERIUM/Lab. SIM (France)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 1653:
Medical Imaging VI: Image Capture, Formatting, and Display
Yongmin Kim, Editor(s)

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