Optical head-tracking for fMRI using structured light

Andrei A. Zaremba, Duncan L. MacFarlane, Wei Che Tseng, Richard W. Briggs, Kaundinya S. Gopinath, Sergey Cheshkov, Keith D. White

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Abstract

An accurate motion tracking technique is needed to compensate for subject motion during fMRI procedures. In this paper, a novel approach to motion metrology is discussed. A structured light pattern specifically coded for digital signal processing is positioned onto a fiduciary of the patient. As the patient undergoes spatial transformations in 6 DoF (degrees of freedom), a high-resolution CCD camera captures successive images for analysis on a DSP board. A high-speed image processing algorithm is used to calculate spatial transformations in a time frame commensurate with patient movements (10-100ms) and with precisions of at least 0.5 um for translations and 0.1 degrees for rotations.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publication2007 IEEE Dallas Engineering in Medicine and Biology Workshop, DEMBS
Pages23-26
Number of pages4
DOIs
StatePublished - 2007
Event2007 IEEE Dallas Engineering in Medicine and Biology Workshop, DEMBS - Richardson, TX, United States
Duration: Nov 11 2007Nov 12 2007

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Other2007 IEEE Dallas Engineering in Medicine and Biology Workshop, DEMBS
CountryUnited States
CityRichardson, TX
Period11/11/0711/12/07

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CCD cameras
Digital signal processing
Image processing
Head
Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Light
Computer-Assisted Signal Processing

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology(all)
  • Medicine(all)

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Zaremba, A. A., MacFarlane, D. L., Tseng, W. C., Briggs, R. W., Gopinath, K. S., Cheshkov, S., & White, K. D. (2007). Optical head-tracking for fMRI using structured light. In 2007 IEEE Dallas Engineering in Medicine and Biology Workshop, DEMBS (pp. 23-26). [4454164] https://doi.org/10.1109/EMBSW.2007.4454164

Optical head-tracking for fMRI using structured light. / Zaremba, Andrei A.; MacFarlane, Duncan L.; Tseng, Wei Che; Briggs, Richard W.; Gopinath, Kaundinya S.; Cheshkov, Sergey; White, Keith D.

2007 IEEE Dallas Engineering in Medicine and Biology Workshop, DEMBS. 2007. p. 23-26 4454164.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Zaremba, AA, MacFarlane, DL, Tseng, WC, Briggs, RW, Gopinath, KS, Cheshkov, S & White, KD 2007, Optical head-tracking for fMRI using structured light. in 2007 IEEE Dallas Engineering in Medicine and Biology Workshop, DEMBS., 4454164, pp. 23-26, 2007 IEEE Dallas Engineering in Medicine and Biology Workshop, DEMBS, Richardson, TX, United States, 11/11/07. https://doi.org/10.1109/EMBSW.2007.4454164
Zaremba AA, MacFarlane DL, Tseng WC, Briggs RW, Gopinath KS, Cheshkov S et al. Optical head-tracking for fMRI using structured light. In 2007 IEEE Dallas Engineering in Medicine and Biology Workshop, DEMBS. 2007. p. 23-26. 4454164 https://doi.org/10.1109/EMBSW.2007.4454164
Zaremba, Andrei A. ; MacFarlane, Duncan L. ; Tseng, Wei Che ; Briggs, Richard W. ; Gopinath, Kaundinya S. ; Cheshkov, Sergey ; White, Keith D. / Optical head-tracking for fMRI using structured light. 2007 IEEE Dallas Engineering in Medicine and Biology Workshop, DEMBS. 2007. pp. 23-26
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