Development and Evaluation of a
Modular Anatomy Resource Utilizing
Innovative Camera Technology
Mike Pascoe, PhD Lisa Lee,...
HELLOMy name is Mike Pascoe
#lytroanatomy
#lytroanatomy
#lytroanatomy
Feb 29, 2012
anatomy
brachialis
brachioradialis
deltoid
#lytroanatomy
anatomy
Development and Evaluation of a
Modular Anatomy Resource Utilizing
Innovative Camera Technology
Mike Pascoe, PhD Lisa Lee,...
Project
Background
Gross
Anatomy
Health Care
Professions
7,500
structures!
100s
hours!
0
50
100
150
200
250
300
350
1950 1964 1978 1992 2006 2020
Total gross anatomy instructional
hours are decreasing
↓65%
3 yrs Residency Fellowship
Longitudinal integration of
anatomical knowledge
Year 1
Increasing importance on
asynchronous learning
Outside of the
classroom
On
the
go
X
Goal of this project…
Lytro Camera
Released 2012
8, 16 GB versions
350, 750 pictures
1080 x 1080 pixels
~1.2 megapixel
8X optical zoom
7.6 ounces
Camera Overview
Light Field Sensor | Micro-lens Array
Capturing Light | Changing Focus
11 million light rays
Controlling the Camera
Transferring
Photos
Lytro Desktop
Online Account
pictures.lytro.com/mpascoe
#lytroanatomy
Camera
Demo
Research
Methods
Identify regions of interest
“Difficult” “Tricky”
Identify regions of interest
A Photographic Study of the Human Body, 7th ed.
Photograph regions of interest
Standard Lytro
Create learning modules
PT, PA, MD, DDS, MHA
Students
Control
Group
Experimental
Group
Module,
Standard Photos
Module,
Lytro Photos
Pre-Quiz Pre-Q...
Specific Aims
Aim 1 Create an interactive digital gross anatomical
image library using an innovative camera technology
that...
More modules!!!
Questions…
Development and Evaluation of a Modular Anatomy Resource Utilizing Innovative Camera Technology
Development and Evaluation of a Modular Anatomy Resource Utilizing Innovative Camera Technology
Development and Evaluation of a Modular Anatomy Resource Utilizing Innovative Camera Technology
Development and Evaluation of a Modular Anatomy Resource Utilizing Innovative Camera Technology
Development and Evaluation of a Modular Anatomy Resource Utilizing Innovative Camera Technology
Development and Evaluation of a Modular Anatomy Resource Utilizing Innovative Camera Technology
Development and Evaluation of a Modular Anatomy Resource Utilizing Innovative Camera Technology
Development and Evaluation of a Modular Anatomy Resource Utilizing Innovative Camera Technology
Development and Evaluation of a Modular Anatomy Resource Utilizing Innovative Camera Technology
Development and Evaluation of a Modular Anatomy Resource Utilizing Innovative Camera Technology
Development and Evaluation of a Modular Anatomy Resource Utilizing Innovative Camera Technology
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Development and Evaluation of a Modular Anatomy Resource Utilizing Innovative Camera Technology

  1. 1. Development and Evaluation of a Modular Anatomy Resource Utilizing Innovative Camera Technology Mike Pascoe, PhD Lisa Lee, PhD
  2. 2. HELLOMy name is Mike Pascoe
  3. 3. #lytroanatomy
  4. 4. #lytroanatomy
  5. 5. #lytroanatomy
  6. 6. Feb 29, 2012
  7. 7. anatomy brachialis brachioradialis deltoid #lytroanatomy
  8. 8. anatomy
  9. 9. Development and Evaluation of a Modular Anatomy Resource Utilizing Innovative Camera Technology Mike Pascoe, PhD Lisa Lee, PhD
  10. 10. Project Background
  11. 11. Gross Anatomy Health Care Professions
  12. 12. 7,500 structures! 100s hours!
  13. 13. 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 1950 1964 1978 1992 2006 2020 Total gross anatomy instructional hours are decreasing ↓65%
  14. 14. 3 yrs Residency Fellowship Longitudinal integration of anatomical knowledge Year 1
  15. 15. Increasing importance on asynchronous learning
  16. 16. Outside of the classroom On the go
  17. 17. X
  18. 18. Goal of this project…
  19. 19. Lytro Camera Released 2012 8, 16 GB versions 350, 750 pictures 1080 x 1080 pixels ~1.2 megapixel 8X optical zoom 7.6 ounces
  20. 20. Camera Overview
  21. 21. Light Field Sensor | Micro-lens Array
  22. 22. Capturing Light | Changing Focus 11 million light rays
  23. 23. Controlling the Camera
  24. 24. Transferring Photos
  25. 25. Lytro Desktop
  26. 26. Online Account pictures.lytro.com/mpascoe
  27. 27. #lytroanatomy
  28. 28. Camera Demo
  29. 29. Research Methods
  30. 30. Identify regions of interest “Difficult” “Tricky”
  31. 31. Identify regions of interest A Photographic Study of the Human Body, 7th ed.
  32. 32. Photograph regions of interest Standard Lytro
  33. 33. Create learning modules
  34. 34. PT, PA, MD, DDS, MHA Students Control Group Experimental Group Module, Standard Photos Module, Lytro Photos Pre-Quiz Pre-Quiz Post-Quiz Post-Quiz Post-Quiz Post-Quiz 4 weeks Usage Survey
  35. 35. Specific Aims Aim 1 Create an interactive digital gross anatomical image library using an innovative camera technology that captures images at multiple focal planes. Aim 2 Create a pilot learning module based on regional anatomy. Aim 3 Evaluate the effectiveness of the learning resource produced in Aims 1 and 2 by comparing it to traditional two-dimensional, non-interactive, image-based learning resources.
  36. 36. More modules!!!
  37. 37. Questions…

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