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Sensors, LEDs used to ease precision surgery

2/14/2013 03:14 PM EST
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anne-francoise.pele   4/12/2013 12:54:33 PM
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green_is_now   2/22/2013 3:13:50 AM
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a haptic motor feed back may work better unless it would interfere with the surgery. if onlyone spot on the handle had the haptic feedback and isolated from main handlethis woulsolv this.

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docdivakar   2/20/2013 7:34:26 PM
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Great tool BUT couldn't one do this with fiberoptic methods that has much smaller form factor? I do like the force / torque sensor integrated into the solution. MP Divakar

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