Natural interactions for medical image analysis

Interaction-Design Master Thesis

Graphical User Interface

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All my scenarios and prototypes until now had now common graphic design at all.  I didn’t want to spent to much time on the graphical user interface (for now). But I think its time to give the project a nice visual touch.

I think VJing interfaces can be a great source of inspiration, because they are specialized in working under dark (and difficult) light conditions. Its a similar environment as in the radiologists reading room, in which the light is dimmed to enable a better viewing of the images. Also for VJing and radiology both the visual output is the most important.

Lemur is a multitouch VJing tool with a very bright and clean graphical interface.

Another source of inspiration is data visualization and aesthetics. Here the aim is to visualize data in a attracting way and more importantly make the meaning behind the data easy understandable. If you think about radiology in this way, it’s less about viewing xray images, but about making the (body)data understanable to the radiologist, physicians, surgeons, patients…

imformation aesthetics and visual complexity are great collections of visualizing data (and tow of my all-time favourite blogs)

An interesting trend I see in multitouch interfaces is the lack of graphical user interfaces at all. If the interaction with the content is so natural and easy to understand, we might not need buttons, frames, sliders, icons, tools, mousepointers etc…

I want to create a clean interface that is not distracting from the images/data, but still enables a easy interaction. The interface also should support the reading of the data and the understanding of relationships between the different sources of data.

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Written by Jannes

April 10, 2009 at 08:46

Posted in Phase 04 - Design

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