Sketchnote: Surgery and the Senses

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The sketchnote consists of small drawings with the following text:

  • Optic nerve has about 1.5 million optic fibres in it. (The eye is) Like a camera”
  • A 3D printed heart about the size of a fist – used in unusual cases.
  • Hand-eye coordination. Audience exercise: A minute to navigate between the maze (tests navigating at a distance)
  • How do you navigate between these points: St. Pauls, Big Ben – in a person, in the street)
  • Using an endoscope to remove the gall bladder through the mouth. An endoscope is a flexible tube with a camera and a hole for additional tools)
  • The joystick receives feedback and can perform many functions (performed by many people.)
  • Seeing things you can’t touch. Feeling things you can’t see.
  • Changing the way surgeons operate
  • 2D and 3D models in surgery. It’s not always possible to have a 3D model as the technology isn’t small enough.

On 2nd April 2014, Professor Roger Kneebone and Dr Fernando Bello explored the fascinating world of keyhole surgery at the Royal Institution in London. Our intrepid sketchnotes, Amanda Wright, was there. Amanda is a keen illustrator and user experience designer with a passion for online communities. @yahnnyinlondon.

Wright, A. (2014). Sketchnote: Surgery and the Senses. User Experience Magazine, 14(3).
Retrieved from http://uxpamagazine.org/sketchnote-surgery-and-the-senses/

One Response

  1. gilmar says:

    Good night dears!
    I am UX designer in Brazil and loved UX, mainly about this question : healthy. This Sketchnote is very interesting and fun. Lol. Thank you and bye bye!