Publications

Here, you can find information on our publications and dissemination activities. Note: The list is not exhaustive, please check the individual profiles of researcher (and their websites) for up-to-date and pre-2015 lists.

Journals

  1. Butcher, P. W. S., John, N. W., & Ritsos, P. D. (2020). VRIA: A Web-based Framework for Creating Immersive Analytics Experiences. IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, 1–1. https://doi.org/10.1109/TVCG.2020.2965109 [bib]
  2. Chen, L., Tang, W., John, N. W., Wan, T. R., & Zhang, J. J. (2020). Context-Aware Mixed Reality: A Learning-based Framework for Semantic-level Interaction. Computer Graphics Forum, 39(1), 484–496. [bib]
  3. Nunes, A. L. P., Maciel, A., Meyer, G. W., John, N. W., Baranoski, G. V. G., & Walter, M. (2019). Appearance Modeling of Living Human Tissues. Computer Graphics Forum, 38(6), 43–65. [bib]
  4. Chen, M., Gaither, K., John, N. W., & McCann, B. (2019). An Information-Theoretic Approach to the Cost-benefit Analysis of Visualization in Virtual Environments. IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, 25(1), 32–42. [bib]
  5. Chen, L., Tang, W., Wan, T. R., & John, N. W. (2019). Self-supervised monocular image depth learning and confidence estimation. Neurocomputing. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neucom.2019.11.038 [bib]
  6. Chen, L., Tang, W., John, N. W., Wan, T. R., & Zhang, J. J. (2019). De-smokeGCN: Generative Cooperative Networks for Joint Surgical Smoke Detection and Removal. IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging. [bib]
  7. Chen, L., Tang, W., John, N. W., Wan, T. R., & Zhang, J. J. (2018). SLAM-based Dense Surface Reconstruction in Monocular Minimally Invasive Surgery and its Application to Augmented Reality. Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine, 158, 135–146. [bib]
  8. John, N. W., Pop, S. R., Day, T. W., Ritsos, P. D., & Headleand, C. J. (2018). The Implementation and Validation of a Virtual Environment for Training Powered Wheelchair Manoeuvres. IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, 24(5), 1867–1878. [bib]
  9. Chen, L., Tang, W., & John, N. W. (2017). Real-time Geometry-Aware Augmented Reality in Minimally Invasive Surgery. Healthcare Technology Letters, Special Issue on Augmented Environments for Computer-Assisted Interventions, 4(5), 163–167. [bib]
  10. Roberts, J. C., Headleand, C., & Ritsos, P. D. (2016). Sketching Designs Using the Five Design-Sheet Methodology. Visualization and Computer Graphics, IEEE Transactions On, 22(1), 419–428. [bib]
  11. John, N. W., Phillips, N. I., ap Cenydd, L., Pop, S. R., Coope, D., Kamaly-Asl, I., de Souza, C., & Watt, S. J. (2016). The Use of Stereoscopy in a Neurosurgery Training Virtual Environment. Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments, 25(4), 289–298. [bib]
  12. John, N. W., Phillips, N. I., ap Cenydd, L., Coope, D., Carleton-Bland, N., Kamaly-Asl, I., & Grey, W. P. (2015). A Tablet-based virtual environment for neurosurgery training. Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments, 24(2), 155–162. [bib]
  13. Ding, Y., John, N. W., Smith, L., Sun, J., & Smith, M. (2015). Combination of 3D skin surface texture features and 2D ABCD features for improved melanoma diagnosis. Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing, 1–14. [bib]
  14. Miles, H. C., Wilson, A. T., Labrosse, F., Tiddeman, B., Griffiths, S., Edwards, B., Ritsos, P. D., Mearman, J. W., Möller, K., Karl, R., & Roberts, J. C. (2015). Alternative Representations of 3D-Reconstructed Heritage Data. J. Comput. Cult. Herit., 9(1), 4:1–4:18. [bib]
  15. Miles, H. C., Pop, S. R., Watt, S. J., Lawrence, G. P., John, N. W., Perrot, V., Mallet, P., Mestre, D. R., & Morgan, K. (2014). Efficacy of a virtual environment for training ball passing skills in rugby. In Transactions on Computational Science XXIII (pp. 98–117). Springer. [bib]
  16. Roberts, J. C., Ritsos, P. D., Badam, S. K., Brodbeck, D., Kennedy, J., & Elmqvist, N. (2014). Visualization Beyond the Desktop - the next big thing. Computer Graphics and Applications, IEEE, 34(6), 26–34. [bib]
  17. George, R. L. S. F., Robins, P. E., Davies, A. G., Ritsos, P. D., & Roberts, J. C. (2014). Interactive visual analytics of hydrodynamic flux for the coastal zone. Environmental Earth Sciences, 1–14. [bib]
  18. Cosentino, F., John, N. W., & Vaarkamp, J. (2014). An overview of augmented and virtual reality applications in radiotherapy and future developments enabled by modern tablet devices. Journal of Radiotherapy in Practice, 13(03), 350–364. [bib]
  19. Phillips, N. I., & John, N. W. (2014). Simulating ventriculostomy. Neurosurgery, 74(4), E458. [bib]
  20. Villard, P.-F., Vidal, F. P., Ap Cenydd, L., Holbrey, R., Pisharody, S., Johnson, S., Bulpitt, A., John, N. W., Bello, F., & Gould, D. (2014). Interventional radiology virtual simulator for liver biopsy. International Journal of Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery, 9(2), 255–267. [bib]
  21. Miles, H. C., Pop, S. R., Watt, S. J., Lawrence, G. P., John, N. W., Perrot, V., Mallet, P., Mestre, D. R., & Morgan, K. (2014). Efficacy of a virtual environment for training ball passing skills in rugby. In Transactions on Computational Science XXIII (pp. 98–117). Springer Berlin Heidelberg. [bib]
  22. Jaffer, U., John, N. W., & Standfield, N. (2013). Surgical trainee opinions in the United Kingdom regarding a three-dimensional virtual mentoring environment (MentorSL) in Second Life: Pilot study. JMIR Serious Games, 1(1). [bib]
  23. Ritsos, P. D., Gittins, R., Braun, S., Slater, C., & Roberts, J. C. (2013). Training Interpreters using Virtual Worlds. In Transactions on Computational Science XVIII (Vol. 7848, pp. 21–40). Springer Berlin Heidelberg. [bib]
  24. Panëels, S. A., Ritsos, P. D., Rodgers, P. J., & Roberts, J. C. (2013). Prototyping 3D haptic data visualizations. Computers and Graphics, 37(3), 179–192. [bib]
  25. Luboz, V., Zhang, Y., Johnson, S., Song, Y., Kilkenny, C., Hunt, C., Woolnough, H., Guediri, S., Zhai, J., Odetoyinbo, T., & others. (2013). ImaGiNe Seldinger: First simulator for Seldinger technique and angiography training. Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine, 111(2), 419–434. [bib]
  26. Jaffer, U., Vaughan-Huxley, E., Standfield, N., & John, N. W. (2013). Medical mentoring via the evolving world wide web. Journal of Surgical Education, 70(1), 121–128. [bib]
  27. Jaffer, U., John, N. W., & Standfield, N. (2013). Surgical trainee opinions in the United Kingdom regarding a three-dimensional virtual mentoring environment (MentorSL) in Second Life: Pilot study. JMIR Serious Games, 1(1). [bib]
  28. Cosentino, F., John, N. W., & Vaarkamp, J. (2013). An overview of augmented and virtual reality applications in radiotherapy and future developments enabled by modern tablet devices. Journal of Radiotherapy in Practice, 1–15. [bib]
  29. ap Cenydd, L., John, N., Bloj, M., Walter, A., & Phillips, N. (2012). Visualizing the surface of a living human brain. Computer Graphics and Applications, IEEE, 32(2), 55–65. [bib]
  30. Miles, H. C., Pop, S. R., Watt, S. J., Lawrence, G. P., & John, N. W. (2012). A review of virtual environments for training in ball sports. Computers & Graphics, 36(6), 714–726. [bib]
  31. Tang, W., Wan, T. R., Gould, D. A., How, T., & John, N. W. (2012). A Stable and Real-time Nonlinear Elastic Approach to Simulating Guide-wire and Catheter Insertions based on Cosserat Rod. IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, 99, 1–1. [bib]
  32. Pop, S. R., Hughes, C. J., Ap Cenydd, L., John, N. W., & others. (2012). A directed particle system for optimised visualization of blood flow in complex networks. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, 184, 330–336. [bib]
  33. Coles, T. R., John, N. W., Gould, D., Caldwell, D. G., & others. (2011). Integrating haptics with augmented reality in a femoral palpation and needle insertion training simulation. Haptics, IEEE Transactions On, 4(3), 199–209. [bib]
  34. Huang, D., Tang, W., Wan, T. R., John, N. W., Gould, D., Ding, Y., & Chen, Y. (2011). A new approach to haptic rendering of guidewires for use in minimally invasive surgical simulation. Computer Animation and Virtual Worlds, 22(2-3), 261–268. [bib]
  35. Coles, T., Meglan, D., & John, N. W. (2011). The role of haptics in medical training simulators: a survey of the state of the art. Haptics, IEEE Transactions On, 4(1), 51–66. [bib]
  36. Thomas, R. G., John, N. W., & Delieu, J. M. (2010). Augmented reality for anatomical education. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine, 33(1), 6–15. [bib]
  37. Soler, F., Luzon, M. V., Pop, S. R., Hughes, C. J., John, N. W., & Torres, J. C. (2010). A model for flexible tools used in minimally invasive medical virtual environments. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, 163, 594–598. [bib]
  38. Vidal, F., Villard, P.-F., Garnier, M., Freud, N., Letang, J. M., John, N., & Bello, F. (2010). SU-GG-I-120: Joint Simulation of Transmission X-Ray Imaging on GPU and Patient” s Respiration on CPU. Medical Physics, 37(6), 3129–3129. [bib]
  39. Coles, T. R., John, N. W., Sofia, G., Gould, D. A., & Caldwell, D. G. (2010). Modification of commercial force feedback hardware for needle insertion simulation. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, 163, 135–137. [bib]
  40. Luboz, V., Hughes, C., Gould, D., John, N., & Bello, F. (2009). Real-time Seldinger technique simulation in complex vascular models. International Journal of Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery, 4(6), 589–596. [bib]
  41. Gould, D. A., Bello, F., John, N., Johnson, S., Hunt, C., Woolnough, H., Bulpitt, A., Luboz, V., King, D., Villard, P.-F., & others. (2009). Simulator development in vascular and visceral interventions. Innovative Cardiovascular Procedures, 11–28. [bib]
  42. Ap Cenydd, L., John, N. W., Vidal, F. P., Gould, D. A., Joekes, E., & Littler, P. (2009). Cost effective ultrasound imaging training mentor for use in developing countries. Stud Health Technol Inform, 142, 49–54. [bib]
  43. Villard, P.-F., Vidal, F. P., Hunt, C., Bello, F., John, N. W., Johnson, S., & Gould, D. A. (2009). A prototype percutaneous transhepatic cholangiography training simulator with real-time breathing motion. International Journal of Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery, 4(6), 571–578. [bib]
  44. Thomas, R. G., Delieu, J. M., John, N. W., & Mahon, M. (2008). Using rapid prototyping to complement traditional anatomical education. Journal of Anatomy, 212(1), 95–95. [bib]
  45. Vidal, F. P., John, N. W., Healey, A. E., & Gould, D. A. (2008). Simulation of ultrasound guided needle puncture using patient specific data with 3D textures and volume haptics. Computer Animation and Virtual Worlds, 19(2), 111–127. [bib]
  46. John, N. W. (2008). Design and implementation of medical training simulators. Virtual Reality, 12(4), 269–279. [bib]
  47. John, N. W. (2007). The impact of Web3D technologies on medical education and training. Computers & Education, 49(1), 19–31. [bib]
  48. John, N. W., Luboz, V., Bello, F., Hughes, C., Vidal, F., Lim, I. S., How, T. V., Zhai, J., Johnson, S., Chalmers, N., & others. (2007). Physics-based virtual environment for training core skills in vascular interventional radiological procedures. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, 132, 195–197. [bib]
  49. Lim, I. S., Hughes, D., & John, N. W. (2007). Closed-form solutions for lowpass filtering of 3D digital geometry. Electronics Letters, 43(9), 503–505. [bib]
  50. Fewings, A. J., & John, N. W. (2007). Distributed graphics pipelines on the grid. Distributed Systems Online, IEEE, 8(1), 1–1. [bib]
  51. John, N. W., & Lim, I. S. (2007). Cybermedicine tools for communication and learning. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine, 30(1), 4–9. [bib]
  52. Vidal, F. P., Bello, F., Brodlie, K. W., John, N. W., Gould, D., Phillips, R., & Avis, N. J. (2006). Principles and applications of computer graphics in medicine (vol 25, pg 128, 2006). Computer Graphics Forum, 25(2), 261–261. [bib]
  53. Vidal, F. P., John, N. W., & Guillemot, R. M. (2006). Interactive Physically-based X-ray Simulation: CPU or GPU? Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, 125, 479–481. [bib]
  54. Lim, I. S., John, N. W., & Shore, K. A. (2005). Smoothing irregularly sampled signals by convolutional RBF networks. Electronics Letters, 41(22), 1252–1253. [bib]
  55. Brodlie, K., Brooke, J., Chen, M., Chisnall, D., Fewings, A., Hughes, C., John, N. W., Jones, M. W., Riding, M., & Roard, N. (2005). Visual supercomputing: technologies, applications and challenges. Computer Graphics Forum, 24(2), 217–245. [bib]
  56. Chen, M., Fewings, A., Chisnall, D., Hughes, C., John, N. W., Brooke, J., Riding, M., Brodlie, K., Roard, N., & Jones, M. W. (2005). Visual Supercomputing: Technologies, Applications and Challenges. Computer Graphics Forum: The International Journal of Eurographics Association, 2, 217–245. [bib]

Conference Papers (refereed)

  1. Beever, L., Pop, S., & John, N. W. (2019). Assisting Serious Games Level Design with an Augmented Reality Application and Workflow. In F. P. Vidal, G. K. L. Tam, & J. C. Roberts (Eds.), Computer Graphics and Visual Computing (CGVC). The Eurographics Association. https://doi.org/10.2312/cgvc.20191253 [bib]
  2. Day, T. W., & John, N. W. (2019). Training Powered Wheelchair Manoeuvres in Mixed Reality. Virtual Worlds and Games for Serious Applications (VS-Games), 41–47. [bib]
  3. John, N. W., Day, T. W., Pop, S. R., Chatterjee, K., Cottrell, K., Buchanan, A., & Roberts, J. (2019). Virtual Reality Environment for the Cognitive Rehabilitation of Stroke Patients. Virtual Worlds and Games for Serious Applications (VS-Games), 178–181. [bib]
  4. Vaughan, N., John, N. W., & Rees, N. (2019, October). ParaVR: Paramedic Virtual Reality Training Simulator. Cyberworlds (CW), 2019 International Conference On. [bib]
  5. Vaughan, N., John, N. W., & Rees, N. (2019, October). CPR Virtual Reality Training Simulator for Schools. Cyberworlds (CW), 2019 International Conference On. [bib]
  6. Beever, L., Pop, S. R., & John, N. W. (2019). Evaluating LevelEd AR: An Indoor Modelling Application for Serious Games Level Design. Virtual Worlds and Games for Serious Applications (VS-Games), 162–165. [bib]
  7. Butcher, P. W. S., John, N. W., & Ritsos, P. D. (2019). VRIA - A Framework for Immersive Analytics on the Web. Extended Abstracts of the 2019 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, LBW2615:1–LBW2615:6. https://doi.org/10.1145/3290607.3312798 [bib]
  8. Day, T. W., Dobson, W. H., Headleand, C. J., John, N. W., & Pop, S. R. (2017). Using Virtual Reality to Experience Different Powered Wheelchair Configurations. 2017 International Conference on Cyberworlds (CW), 158–161. https://doi.org/10.1109/CW.2017.33 [bib]
  9. Chen, L., Day, T. W., Tang, W., & John, N. W. (2017). Recent Developments and Future Challenges in Medical Mixed Reality. Proceedings of 16th IEEE International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality (ISMAR), 123–135. [bib]
  10. Day, T. W. (2017). Wheelchair-MR: A Mixed Reality Wheelchair Training Environment. 2017 International Conference on Cyberworlds (CW), 154–157. https://doi.org/10.1109/CW.2017.12 [bib]
  11. Butcher, P. W. S., & Ritsos, P. D. (2017). Building Immersive Data Visualizations for the Web. 2017 International Conference on Cyberworlds (CW), 142–145. https://doi.org/10.1109/CW.2017.11 [bib]
  12. Romo, C., Conde, F. A., John, N. W., & Torres, J. C. (2017). Modeling Deformable Objects for Medical Training with Haptic Devices. 2017 International Conference on Cyberworlds (CW), 202–205. https://doi.org/10.1109/CW.2017.43 [bib]
  13. Edwards, M. R., Pop, S. R., John, N. W., Ritsos, P. D., & Avis, N. J. (2016). Real-Time Guidance and Anatomical Information by Image Projection onto Patients. Proceedings of Eurographics Workshop on Visual Computing in Biology and Medicine (VCBM). [bib]
  14. Cosentino, F., Vaarkamp, J., & John, N. W. (2016). An Augmented Reality Tool to aid Radiotherapy Set Up implemented on a Tablet Device. Proceedings of International Conference on the Use of Computers in Radiation Therapy. [bib]
  15. Headleand, C. J., Day, T., Pop, S. R., Ritsos, P. D., & John, N. W. (2016). A Cost-Effective Virtual Environment for Simulating and Training Powered Wheelchairs Manoeuvres. Proceedings of NextMed/MMVR22, 134–141. [bib]
  16. Edwards, M. R., & John, N. W. (2015). LiTu - A Human-Computer Interface based on Frustrated Internal Reflection of Light. International Conference on Cyberworlds, 238–239. [bib]
  17. Henshall, G., Pop, S. R., Edwards, M. R., ap Cenydd, L., & John, N. W. (2015). Towards a high fidelity simulation of the kidney biopsy procedure. Virtual Reality (VR), 2015 IEEE, 191–192. [bib]
  18. Edwards, M. R., & John, N. W. (2015). LiTu - A Human-Computer Interface based on Frustrated Internal Reflection of Light. Cyberworlds (CW), 2012 International Conference On. [bib]
  19. Gray, C. C., Ritsos, P. D., & Roberts, J. C. (2015, October). Contextual Network Navigation; Situational Awareness for Network Administrators. IEEE Symposium on Visualization for Cyber Security (VizSec), Chicago, IL, USA. [bib]
  20. Edwards, M. R., Vangorp, P., & John, N. W. (2015). Towards a High Resolution Grip Measurement Device for Orthopaedics. Virtual Reality (VR), 2015 IEEE, 325–326. [bib]
  21. Hung, G. M. Y., John, N. W., Hancock, C., & Hoshi, T. (2014). Using and Validating Airborne Ultrasound as a Tactile Interface within Medical Training Simulators. In Biomedical Simulation (pp. 30–39). Springer. [bib]
  22. Hung, G. M. Y., John, N. W., Hancock, C., Gould, D. A., & Hoshi, T. (2013). UltraPulse-Simulating a Human Arterial Pulse with Focussed Airborne Ultrasound. 35th Annual International Conference of the IEEE EMBS, Osaka, Japan, 550, 2511–2514. [bib]
  23. Miles, H. C., Pop, S. R., Watt, S. J., Lawrence, G. P., John, N. W., Perrot, V., Mallet, P., & Mestre, D. R. (2013). Investigation of a virtual environment for rugby skills training. Cyberworlds (CW), 2013 International Conference On, 56–63. [bib]
  24. Ramachandran, S., & John, N. W. (2013). A Fast Inverse Kinematics Solver using Intersection of Circles. In S. Czanner & W. Tang (Eds.), Theory and Practice of Computer Graphics. The Eurographics Association. [bib]
  25. Miles, H. C., Pop, S. R., Watt, S. J., Lawrence, G. P., John, N. W., Perrot, V., Mallet, P., & Mestre, D. R. (2013). Investigation of a virtual environment for rugby skills training. Cyberworlds (CW), 2013 International Conference On, 56–63. [bib]
  26. Ramachandran, S., & John, N. W. (2013). A Fast Inverse Kinematics Solver using Intersection of Circles. In S. Czanner & W. Tang (Eds.), Theory and Practice of Computer Graphics. The Eurographics Association. [bib]
  27. John, N. W. (2013). A computer simulated virtual patient for training clinicians. In Winston Churchill Memorial Trust. [bib]
  28. John, N. W., Jones, M., Martin, R., Vidal, F. P., & Zwiggelaar, R. (2013). The Research Institute of Visual Computing. Eurographics 2013 Lab Presentation. [bib]
  29. Ritsos, P. D., Gittins, R., Roberts, J. C., Braun, S., & Slater, C. (2012). Using Virtual Reality for Interpreter-mediated Communication and Training. Cyberworlds (CW), 2012 International Conference On, 191–198. [bib]
  30. Ritsos, P. D., Gittins, R., Roberts, J. C., Braun, S., & Slater, C. (2012). Using Virtual Reality for Interpreter-mediated Communication and Training. Cyberworlds (CW), 2012 International Conference On, 191–198. https://doi.org/10.1109/CW.2012.34 [bib]
  31. Villard, P.-F., Vidal, F., Bello, F., & John, N. (2012). A method to compute respiration parameters for patient-based simulators. Medicine Meets Virtual Reality 19, 529–533. [bib]
  32. Miles, H., Musembi, N., Pop, S. R., & John, N. W. (2011). A Virtual Environment for Rugby Skills Training. Joint VR Conference of EuroVR and EGVE, 2011, 64. [bib]
  33. Hughes, C. J., & NW, J. (2011). A Robotic Needle Interface for Interventional Radiology Training. 4th Hamlyn Symposium for Medical Robotics. [bib]
  34. ap Cenydd, L., Walter, A., John, N. W., Bloj, M., & Phillips, N. (2011). Realistic visualization of living brain tissue. Medicine Meets Virtual Reality 18, 105–111. [bib]
  35. Ullrich, S., Kuhlen, T., Polys, N. F., Evestedt, D., Aratow, M., & John, N. W. (2011). Quantizing the void: extending Web3D for space-filling haptic meshes. Medicine Meets Virtual Reality 18, 670–676. [bib]
  36. Hung, G. M., & John, N. W. (2011). Airborne Ultrasound Pulse Force Device for Palpation Simulation. In I. Grimstead & H. Carr (Eds.), Theory and Practice of Computer Graphics. The Eurographics Association. [bib]
  37. Coles, T. R., Gould, D. A., John, N. W., & Caldwell, D. G. (2010). Virtual Femoral Palpation Simulation for Interventional Radiology Training. Theory and Practice of Computer Graphics, 123–126. [bib]
  38. Vidal, F., Villard, P.-F., Garnier, M., Freud, N., Létang, J. M., John, N., & Bello, F. (2010). Joint Simulation of Transmission X-ray Imaging on GPU and Patient’s Respiration on CPU. American Association of Physicists in Medicine Annual Meeting-AAPM 2010. [bib]
  39. Coles, T., & John, N. W. (2010). The effectiveness of commercial haptic devices for use in virtual needle insertion training simulations. Advances in Computer-Human Interactions, Third International Conference On, 148–153. [bib]
  40. Coles, T., John, N. W., Gould, D. A., & Caldwell, D. G. (2009). Haptic palpation for the femoral pulse in virtual interventional radiology. Advances in Computer-Human Interactions, 2009. ACHI’09. Second International Conferences On, 193–198. [bib]
  41. John, N. W., Hughes, C., Pop, S., Vidal, F. P., & Buckley, O. (2009). Computational Requirements of the Virtual Patient. First International Conference on Computational and Mathematical Biomedical Engineering (CMBE09), Swansea June 2009. [bib]
  42. Villard, P.-F., Vidal, F. P., Hunt, C., Bello, F., John, N. W., Johnson, S., & Gould, D. A. (2009). Percutaneous Transhepatic Cholangiography Training Simulator with Real-time Breathing Motion. 23rd International Congress of Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery, 4, S66–S67. [bib]
  43. Kurmos, L., John, N. W., & Roberts, J. C. (2009). Integration of Haptics with Web3D using the SAI. 14th International Conference on 3D Web Technology, 25–32. [bib]
  44. Davies, R. A., Maskery, J. S., & John, N. W. (2009). Enhancing chemical perception via molecular haptics. Theory and Practice of Computer Graphics. [bib]
  45. Vidal, F. P., Garnier, M., Freud, N., Létang, J. M., & John, N. W. (2009). Simulation of X-ray attenuation on the GPU. Theory and Practice of Computer Graphics, 25–32. [bib]
  46. Chan, T. Y., Luboz, V., Bello, F., Hughes, C., John, N. W., & Gould, D. A. (2009). A haptically enhanced interventional radiology vascular simulator for training the Seldinger technique. Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiological Society of Europe, CIRSE. [bib]
  47. Davies, R. A., Maskery, J. S., & John, N. W. (2009). Touching the invisible-molecular haptics. Theory and Practice of Computer Graphics, 141–144. [bib]
  48. Vidal, F. P., Villard, P.-F., Holbrey, R., John, N. W., Bello, F., Bulpitt, A., & Gould, D. A. (2009). Developing an immersive ultrasound guided needle puncture simulator. Medicine Meets Virtual Reality 17, 142, 398. [bib]
  49. Bello, F., Bulpitt, A., Gould, D. A., Holbrey, R., Hunt, C., How, T., John, N. W., Johnson, S., Phillips, R., Sinha, A., & others. (2009). ImaGiNe-S: Imaging Guided Needle Simulation. Eurographics, 5–8. [bib]
  50. Davies, R. A., Maskery, J. S., & John, N. W. (2009). Chemical education using feelable molecules. 14th International Conference on 3D Web Technology, 7–14. [bib]
  51. Gould, D. A., Vidal, F. P., Hughes, C., Villard, P.-F., Luboz, V., John, N. W., Bello, F., Bulpitt, A., Gough, V., & Kessel, D. (2008). Interventional radiology core skills simulation: mid term status of the CRaIVE projects. Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiological Society of Europe 2008 (CIRCE 2008). [bib]
  52. John, N. W., Aratow, M., Couch, J., Evestedt, D., Hudson, A. D., Polys, N., Puk, R. F., Ray, A., Victor, K., & Wang, Q. (2008). MedX3D: standards enabled desktop medical 3D. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, 132, 189. [bib]
  53. Delieu, J. M., John, N., Mahon, M., Mullins, P., Derricott, H., & Lim, I. S. (2008). Magnetic resonance imaging of an embalmed head. Summer Meeting of the British Association of Clinical Anatomists, Liverpool Medical Institute, Mount Pleasant, Liverpool, United Kingdom. [bib]
  54. John, N. W. (2008). Segmentation of radiological images. In Image Processing in Radiology (pp. 45–54). Springer Berlin Heidelberg. [bib]
  55. Sinha, A., Johnson, S., Hunt, C., Woolnough, H., Vidal, F., John, N., Villard, P.-F., Holbray, R., Bello, F., & Gould, D. (2008). Importance of virtual reality simulators in interventional radiology: the ImaGiNe-S CIRSE 2008 experience. Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiological Society of Europe-CIRSE 2009. [bib]
  56. Villard, P.-F., Littler, P., Gough, V., Vidal, F. P., Hughes, C., John, N. W., Luboz, V., Bello, F., Song, Y., Holbrey, R., & others. (2008). Improving the modeling of Medical Imaging data for simulation. United Kingdom Radiology Congress (UKRC). [bib]
  57. Brodlie, K. W., Brooke, J., Chen, M., Chisnall, D., Hughes, C. J., John, N. W., Jones, M. W., Riding, M., Roard, N., Turner, M., & others. (2007). Adaptive infrastructure for visual computing. Theory and Practice of Computer Graphics, 147–156. [bib]
  58. Hughes, C. J., & John, N. W. (2007). A Flexible Approach to High Performance Visualization Enabled Augmented Reality. Theory and Practice of Computer Graphics, 181–186. [bib]
  59. Thomas, R. G., John, N. W., & Lim, I. S. (2007). Anatomy Education using Rapid Prototyping. Theory and Practice of Computer Graphics, 251–257. [bib]
  60. Buckley, O., & John, N. W. (2007). Efficient modelling of soft tissue using particle systems. In Medicine Meets Virtual Reality ’15: In Vivo, in Vitro, in Silico: Designing the Next in Medicine (Vol. 125, p. 55). IOS Press. [bib]
  61. Hughes, C. J., John, N. W., & Riding, M. (2006). A generic approach to high performance visualization enabled augmented reality. UK e-Science All Hands Meeting, 441–444. [bib]
  62. Hughes, C. J., & John, N. W. (2006). A flexible infrastructure for delivering augmented reality enabled transcranial magnetic stimulation. Medicine Meets Virtual Reality 14 - Accelerating Change in Healthcare: Next Medical Toolkit, 219. [bib]
  63. Thomas, R. G., John, N. W., & Lim, I. S. (2006). A mixed reality anatomy teaching tool. Theory and Practice of Computer Graphics, 165–170. [bib]
  64. Brodlie, K. W., Brooke, J., Chen, M., Chisnall, D., Hughes, C. J., & John, N. W. (2006). A framework for adaptive visualization. IEEE Visualization. [bib]
  65. John, N. W. (2005). Cybermedicine-What is possible, and is it useful? Cyberworlds, 2005. International Conference On, 2–pp. [bib]
  66. Davies, R. A., John, N. W., MacDonald, J. N., & Hughes, K. H. (2005). Visualization of molecular quantum dynamics: a molecular visualization tool with integrated Web3D and haptics. 10th International Conference on 3D Web Technology, 143–150. [bib]
  67. Benassarou, A., Bittar, E., John, N. W., & Lucas, L. (2005). MC slicing for volume rendering applications. In Lecture Notes in Computational Science–ICCS 2005 (pp. 314–321). Springer Berlin Heidelberg. [bib]
  68. Hewitt, W. T., Cooper, M., Kwok, K. Y., Leaver, G., Leng, J., Lever, P., McDerby, M., Perrin, J., Riding, M., Sadarjoen, I. A., & others. (2005). Visualization with AVS. In The Visualization Handbook (pp. 689–716). Elsevier. [bib]
  69. Vidal, F. P., Chalmers, N., Gould, D. A., Healey, A. E., & John, N. W. (2005). Developing a needle guidance virtual environment with patient-specific data and force feedback. CARS 2005 Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery 19th International Congress and Exhibition, 1281, 418–423. [bib]
  70. Riding, M., Wood, J., Brodlie, K. W., Brooke, J. M., Chen, M., Chisnall, D., Hughes, C., John, N. W., Jones, D. M., & Roard, N. (2005). eViz: Towards an integrated framework for high performance visualization. 4th UK e-Science All Hands Meeting (AHM’05). [bib]

Workshop Papers (refereed)

  1. Cosentino, F., John, N. W., & Vaarkamp, J. (2018, June). Evaluation of RAD_AR: Radiotherapy Augmented Reality, a tool for treatment setup, plan evaluation and patient education. All-Wales Medical Physics and Clinical Engineering Summer Meeting. [bib]
  2. Headleand, C. H., ap Cenydd, L., Priday, L., Ritsos, P. D., Roberts, J. C., & Teahan, W. (2015, July). Anthropomorphisation of Software Agents as a Persuasive Tool. Understanding Persuasion: HCI as a Medium for Persuasion Workshop, British HCI. [bib]
  3. Roberts, J. C., Headleand, C., Perkins, D., & Ritsos, P. D. (2015). Personal Visualisation for Learning. In C. Perin, A. Thudt, M. Troy, W. Willett, & S. Carpendale (Eds.), Personal Visualization: Exploring Data in Everyday Life Workshop, IEEE Conference on Visualization, Chicago, IL, USA. [bib]
  4. Ritsos, P. D., Wilson, A. T., Miles, H. C., Williams, L. F., Tiddeman, B., Labrosse, F., Griffiths, S., Edwards, B., Möller, K., Karl, R., & Roberts, J. C. (2014). Community-driven Generation of 3D and Augmented Web Content for Archaeology. In R. Klein & P. Santos (Eds.), Eurographics Workshop on Graphics and Cultural Heritage - Short Papers and Posters (pp. 25–28). Eurographics Association. [bib]
  5. Ritsos, P. D., & Roberts, J. C. (2014). Towards more Visual Analytics in Learning Analytics. In M. Pohl & J. C. Roberts (Eds.), EuroVis Workshop on Visual Analytics 2014 (pp. 61–65). Eurographics Association. [bib]
  6. Ritsos, P. D., Mearman, J. W., Vande Moere, A., & Roberts, J. C. (2014). Sewn with Ariadne’s Thread - Visualizations for Wearable & Ubiquitous Computing. In Y. Jansen, P. Isenberg, J. Dykes, S. Carpendale, & D. Keefe (Eds.), Death of the Desktop Workshop, IEEE Conference on Visualization, Paris, France. [bib]
  7. Roberts, J. C., Mearman, J. W., & Ritsos, P. D. (2014). The desktop is dead, long live the desktop! – Towards a multisensory desktop for visualization. In J. Yvonne, P. Isenberg, J. Dykes, S. Carpendale, & D. Keefe (Eds.), Death of the Desktop Workshop, IEEE Conference on Visualization, Paris, France. [bib]
  8. Hughes, C. J., & John, N. W. (2013). 3D measuring tool for estimating femoroacetabular impingement. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, 184, 202—204. [bib]
  9. Cenydd, L. A., John, N. W., Phillips, N. I., & Gray, W. P. (2013). VCath: a tablet-based neurosurgery training tool. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, 184, 20—23. [bib]
  10. Polys, N. F., John, N. W., Evestedt, D., Aratow, M., & SenseGraphics, S. E. (2010). Unifying iso standards for medical image presentation. Workshop on Medical Virtual Environments IEEE. [bib]
  11. Bello, F., Coles, T. R., Gould, D. A., Hughes, C. J., John, N. W., Vidal, F. P., & Watt, S. (2010). The Need to Touch Medical Virtual Environments? Workshop of Medical Virtual Environments at IEEEVR2010. [bib]
  12. Coles, T. R., John, N. W., & Caldwell, D. G. (2010). The Case for Augmented Reality when Training in a Virtual Medical Environment. IEEE VR Workshop on Medical Virtual Environments. [bib]
  13. Vidal, F. P., Healey, A. E., John, N. W., & Gould, D. A. (2008, September). Force Penetration of Chiba Needles for Haptic Rendering in Ultrasound Guided Needle Puncture Training Simulator. MICCAI 2008 – Workshop on Needle Steering: Recent Results and Future Opportunities. [bib]

Posters

  1. Butcher, P., John, N. W., & Ritsos, P. D. (2018). Towards a Framework for Immersive Analytics on the Web. Posters Presented at the IEEE Conference on Visualization (VIS), Berlin, Germany. [bib]
  2. Cosentino, F., John, N. W., & Vaarkamp, J. (2017). RAD-AR: RADiotherapy - Augmented Reality. Cyberworlds (CW), 2017 International Conference On, 226–228. [bib]
  3. Holland, M., Pop, S. R., & John, N. W. (2017). VR Cardiovascular Blood Simulation as Decision Support for the Future Cyber Hospital. Cyberworlds (CW), 2017 International Conference On, 233–236. [bib]
  4. Southall, H., Beever, L., & Butcher, P. (2017). Traversing social networks in the virtual dance hall - visualising history in VR. Cyberworlds (CW), 2017 International Conference On, 249–252. [bib]
  5. Ritsos, P. D., Edwards, M. R., Shergill, I. S., & John, N. W. (2015). A Haptics-enabled Simulator for Transperineal Ultrasound-Guided Biopsy. In K. Bühler, L. Linsen, & N. W. John (Eds.), Eurographics Workshop on Visual Computing for Biology and Medicine. The Eurographics Association. [bib]
  6. Headleand, C. J., Day, T., Pop, S. R., Ritsos, P. D., & John, N. W. (2015). Challenges and Technologies for Low Cost Wheelchair Simulation. In K. Bühler, L. Linsen, & N. W. John (Eds.), Eurographics Workshop on Visual Computing for Biology and Medicine. The Eurographics Association. [bib]
  7. Gray, C. C., Roberts, J. C., & Ritsos, P. D. (2015). Where Can I Go From Here? Drawing Contextual Navigation Maps of the London Underground. Posters Presented at the IEEE Conference on Visualization (VIS), Chicago, IL, USA. [bib]
  8. Roberts, J. C., Walker, R. T., Roberts, L., Laramee, R. S., & Ritsos, P. D. (2014). Exploratory Visualization through Copy, Cut and Paste. Posters Presented at the IEEE Conference on Visualization (VIS), November 9-14, Paris, France. [bib]
  9. George, R. L. S. F., Ritsos, P. D., & Roberts, J. C. (2014). Interactive Oceanographic Visualization using spatially-aggregated Parallel Coordinate Plots. Posters Presented at EuroVis 2014, June 9-13 , Swansea, Wales, UK. [bib]
  10. Ritsos, P. D., Panëels, S. A., Rodgers, P. J., & Roberts, J. C. (2013). Towards a Formalized Process for Creating Haptic Data Visualizations. Posters Presented at the IEEE Conference on Visualization (VIS), October 15-18, Atlanta, Georgia, USA. [bib]

Patents

  1. Hughes, C., & John, N. (2010). Haptic needle as part of medical training simulator. Google Patents. [bib]

Book Chapters

  1. Gould, D. A., Bello, F., John, N., Johnson, S., Hunt, C., Woolnough, H., Bulpitt, A., Luboz, V., King, D., Villard, P.-F., & others. (2009). Simulator development in vascular and visceral interventions. Innovative Cardiovascular Procedures, 11–28. [bib]
  2. John, N. W. (2008). Segmentation of radiological images. In Image Processing in Radiology (pp. 45–54). Springer. [bib]

Other Publications

  1. Ritsos, P. D., John, N. W., & Roberts, J. C. (2013, March). Standards in Augmented Reality: Towards Prototyping Haptic Medical AR. 8th International AR Standards Meeting. [bib]
  2. Ritsos, P. D., Ritsos, D. P., & Gougoulis, A. S. (2011, February). Standards for Augmented Reality: a User Experience perspective. 2nd International AR Standards Meeting. [bib]