• Fraunhofer IDM@NTU is developing a new working place for future air traffic controllers. The project is funded by the Air Traffic Research Institute of NTU and the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) and conducted together with the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering of NTU.

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    Computergraphik in der maritimen Wirtschaft

    Schiffe und Offshore-Anlagen sind Spezialprodukte mit hohen Anforderungen an Effizienz und Qualität im gesamten Produktlebenszyklus. Die Verwaltung und die Nutzung der komplexen und sehr großen Datenmengen sowie die Umweltbedingungen, denen diese Investitionsgüter ausgesetzt sind, erfordern maßgeschneiderte IT-Lösungen. Alle Prozesse, vom Entwurf über die Fertigung bis hin zum Betrieb, können durch Computergraphik wirksam unterstützt werden. Echtzeitfähige Visualisierungen und Bildverarbeitung sollen künftig Konstruktionen absichern, Wartungen und Reparaturarbeiten anleiten oder Kapitäne lotsen.

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  • The researchers from the Fraunhofer IGD develop innovative IT solutions in the fields Spatial Visualisation, Visual Analytics and 3D Computer Graphics. The harmonization and integration of manifold spatial data, their analysis, processing and interactive evaluation of the results are the core elements of the future-oriented solutions.

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  • The adaptive rehabilitation game using EEG and haptic technologies was developed for post-stroke patient recovery. The degree of difficulty for the game can be adapted to a patient’s emotions as recognized in real-time from EEG readings.

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  • APOSDLE was funded during March 2006 and February 2010 as an integrated project in the 6th Research Framework Programme (FP6) of the European Union within the priority thematic area »Information Society Technologies«. The project's major research focused on the development of intelligent assistance technologies for knowledge intensive workplaces.

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  • In this project, Fraunhofer IDM@NTU and the Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine (NTU) collaborate to bring the study of anatomy to the next level.

    The goal of this project is to create new interactive and immersive learning experiences for medical students on the study of anatomy using Augmented Reality (AR) on mobile devices.

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    3D Arile is a ZIM (Central Innovation Program for SME) funded research project. The core element of the project is the development of a novel augmented reality system using a head mounted display with see-through technology. This, in combination with a stereo near infrared (NIR) camera system and the fluorescent dye  indocyanine green (ICG), should form an intraoperative visualization tool that can be used to visualize and extract sentinel lymph nodes (SLN).

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  • Camera based Interaction for intuitive User Interfaces via 3D Tracking Technology

    The use of Augmented Reality for industrial application is more and more established. With our »Augmented Reality Manual« we are demonstrating our advanced and markerless 3D tracking technology at Spectroquant® Prove 600, the novel spectrophotometer from Merck KGaA:

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    Für die Wartung von Flugzeugen benötigt der Service-Techniker eine Vielzahl von Unterlagen, die zudem immer auf dem neuesten Stand sein müssen. Die herkömmlichen Handbücher und Checklisten werden durch einen Tablet Computer mit der Augmented Reality-Applikation vom Fraunhofer IGD ersetzt. Die Applikation liefert, passend zu dem aktuellen Arbeitsschritt, alle relevanten Informationen, die räumlich verortet an den einzelnen Bauteilen und Komponenten dargestellt werden.

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  • Fraunhofer IDM@NTU develops image processing solutions for the industry. The software developed at the centre is able to automatically detect manufacturing flaws in components like electrical circuits using images of the components. The images can be taken by a standard camera, an x-ray machine or other imaging devices. The software then detects the component in each image and compares it to one or multiple reference images of the component. Deviations like cracks or other imperfections are detected fast and reliably.

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