2010 Student Research Conference:
23rd Annual Student Research Conference

Digital Camera Measurement System
Michael Solomon* and Suman Phuyal
Dr. Don Bindner and Dr. Todd Palumbo, Faculty Mentors

This study's objective was to figure out an efficient and accurate way to measure boney landmarks on a patient. The patients were alternately standing and lying down on a table. The point was to provide feedback to new physicians, to help standardize their practices, and to ensure repeatability in the process. We designed and implemented a program that used mathematical methods and high-resolution cameras to try and achieve these goals. In the end, our program addressed all the objectives with an easy-to-use interface. It has already proved itself in at least one workshop setting.

Keywords: Osteopathy, Computer Science, Program, A.T.S.U, Mathematical Biology, Truman, Digital Camera, Measurement System

Topic(s):Computer Science
Mathematics

Presentation Type: Poster

Session: 2-2
Location: SUB-GEO
Time: 4:15

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