Ophthalmic Operation Vienna is a joint project of the Vienna University, School of Medicine, Department of Ophthalmology and the Vienna School of Graphics.
It describes and illustrates the five major ophthalmic operations.
The target group are medical students and practicing ophthalmologists who do not perform surgery.
The DVD should also be of interest to amateurs, who would like to attain lively information about the described operations.
The five major ophthalmic operations are presented in three views:
One being the surgeon's view, the other represents the view of a bystander, and the third view is a 3D-view.
Most effort was put into the 3 dimensional view, since the entire eye was accurately designed upon real measurements.
There are pre- and postoperative clips, as well as the demonstration of all instruments used.
The DVDs are bilingual in English and German.
Two DVDs were needed to hold the large amount of data.
4 different styles of presentation (synchronized and multi-angle) for 5 operations:
1. surgeon's view (microscope)
2. bystander's view (spectator's view)
3. 3D-animation (animated schematic sequences)
4. triple view (surgeon's view, bystanders's view and 3D-animation on one screen)
and the so-called director's cut, showing the best sequences of one operation
The complete process of an eye operation is visualized.
The visualization is both technically advanced and medically accurate.
Eye operations and the newest operating techniques are presented in the form of videos and 3D animations.
1 - 3 aspects run individually or parallel and may be controlled together.
The third view is presented as an animated 3D sequence of a shematic cut-open eye.
Furthermore, an option for switching to video sequences showing the classical complications is available at some of the critical steps of the operation.
Apart from the videos, explanations are available as sound files (english and german versions).
The sections pre- and post-operation show diagnosis and the healing process and are documented with slitlamp photographs/videos and sound.
Oliver Findl... idea, concept and coordination.
Petra Freimund... digital video editing, digital video filming.
Oliver Lange... art direction, graphics, webdevelopment, authoring of demo-cd-roms
Michael Hrabovszky... technical director, modelling/reproduction of 3D-eye, animation of 4 OPs.
Thomas Hutter... digital video filming, DVD-authoring, parts of 3D animation (lasik).
Barbara Strasser... DVD-authoring, documentation, processing of masks and chapter-inserts.
Karl Heindl....technical assistance with video transfer
|David Ward....english speaker
|Stephan Pokorny....german speaker
|Georg Rainer, M.D. ....help with text
|Katharina Schmid, M.D. ....Responsible for text in English and German,
technical assistance in the operating room
|Oliver Findl, MD
Idea, concept and coordination
of the 'vienna ophthalmic operation' project
Associate Professor of Ophthalmology at the Department of Ophthalmology, Vienna University, School of Medicine. Specialized in anterior segment surgery. Author of the 'Wiener Augenfälle', an interactive case simulation program of Ophthalmology for medical students and residents. Fields of research are high precision biometry for cataract surgery, methods of evaluation of posterior capsule opacification and ocular perfusion in glaucoma.
digital video editing, digital video filming.
Born in 1976 in Austria.
1986 - 1994 BRG Hamerling/Linz - special subject informatics.
1994 - 1999 attending medical school Vienna.
1999 - 2001 college for multimedia at the Vienna School of Technology
and the Vienna School of Graphics.
Modelling/Reproduction of the 3D-Eye, Animation of 4 OPs.
1996-1998 college for electronic data processing and organisation HBLVA 5; graduated in 1998.
1999-2000 college for multimedia at the Vienna School of Graphics.
since 2000 freelancer in the field of new media.
since 1997 continually producing visual effects and 3d animation for 'media wien', producer of several other new media products including webdesign for 'serono austria', and interactive cd-roms for 'arsenal research' and 'alcatel austria'.
digital video filming,
DVD-authoring, parts of 3D animation (lasik).
Born in 1977 in Austria.
Graduated from high school in 1995 in Baden, Austria.
Gained technical experience in several jobs from 1995 to 1999.
MultiMedia college at the Vienna School of Graphics, graduated in 2001.
Providing digital video services for the ÖBB (national railroad) in 2001.
art direction, graphics,
webdevelopment, authoring of demo-cd-roms
1986-1995: BRG Blumenstrasse-Bregenz with emphasis on informatics.
1995-1998: studying journalism and communications at the university of vienna.
1999-2001: MultiMedia college at the Vienna School of Graphics, graduated in 2001.
since 07/2000 responsible for webdevelopment and -design at the online-magazine "evolver", and working freelance in the field of new media.
DVD-authoring, project documentation,
processing of masks and chapter-inserts.
Born in 1976 in Austria.
1990-1995 HBLA f. Mode u. Bekleidungstechnik - Austria. Graduated 1995.
1996-1999 technical employee (pattern drawing and cutsystem consulting)
1999-2001 college for multimedia at the Vienna School of Technology
and the Vienna School of Graphics
|.3d-animations (web preview versions)
cataract        56kb    128kb         56kb    128kb
glaucoma     56kb    128kb         56kb    128kb
lasik            56kb    128kb         56kb    128kb
ret. detachment   56kb    128kb      56kb   128kb
vitrectomy           56kb    128kb      56kb   128kb