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Dias, J., undefined & Pedro, S. (2002). Augmented Reality for Non-Invasive Medical Imaging. In Prospero dos Santos, Joaquim Jorge, Adérito Marcos (Ed.), Proc SIACG2002 - 1st lbero-American Symposium in Computer Graphics, Portuguese Meeting on Computer Graphics 2002 - Short Papers. (pp. 5-8). Guimarães: Revista Virtual - Grupo Português de Computação Gráfica.
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J. M. Dias et al.,  "Augmented Reality for Non-Invasive Medical Imaging", in Proc SIACG2002 - 1st lbero-American Symp. in Computer Graphics, Portuguese Meeting on Computer Graphics 2002 - Short Papers, Prospero dos Santos, Joaquim Jorge, Adérito Marcos, Ed., Guimarães, Revista Virtual - Grupo Português de Computação Gráfica, 2002, pp. 5-8
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@inproceedings{dias2002_1709007667653,
	author = "Dias, J. and undefined and Pedro, S.",
	title = "Augmented Reality for Non-Invasive Medical Imaging",
	booktitle = "Proc SIACG2002 - 1st lbero-American Symposium in Computer Graphics, Portuguese Meeting on Computer Graphics 2002 - Short Papers",
	year = "2002",
	editor = "Prospero dos Santos, Joaquim Jorge, Adérito Marcos",
	volume = "",
	number = "",
	series = "",
	pages = "5-8",
	publisher = "Revista Virtual - Grupo Português de Computação Gráfica",
	address = "Guimarães",
	organization = "University of Minho, School of Engineering",
	url = "https://repositorioaberto.uab.pt/bitstream/10400.2/2314/1/BookSPapersSIACG2002.pdf"
}
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TY  - CPAPER
TI  - Augmented Reality for Non-Invasive Medical Imaging
T2  - Proc SIACG2002 - 1st lbero-American Symposium in Computer Graphics, Portuguese Meeting on Computer Graphics 2002 - Short Papers
AU  - Dias, J.
AU  - undefined
AU  - Pedro, S.
PY  - 2002
SP  - 5-8
CY  - Guimarães
UR  - https://repositorioaberto.uab.pt/bitstream/10400.2/2314/1/BookSPapersSIACG2002.pdf
AB  - In this paper, we present an Augmented Reality technique that enables the real-time mapping of general medical 
imaging data over a real human body. The system is based on Bezier patches registered over the human body, 
allowing the creation of smooth curved surfaces, where the control points are identified by means of fiducial 
markers placed over the same body, on user-defined zones. Over this surface, we then map, in real-time, the 
clinical imaging data corresponding to non-invasive medical imaging modalities, such as echocardiography. 
ER  -