Haptics: Generating and Perceiving Tangible Sensations: International Conference, EuroHaptics 2010, Amsterdam, July 2010, Proceedings Part 1
Astrid M. L. Kappers, Jan B. F. van Erp, Wouter M. Bergmann Tiest, Frans C. T. van der Helm
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This book constitutes the proceedings of the conference on Haptics: Generating and Perceiving Tangible Sensations, held in Amsterdam, Netherlands in July 2010.
Comparison of the static responses for the gravity test: a) the solution obtained from ANSYS, b) the solution obtained from the calibrated particle model, and c) both solutions in the same view. d) The node chosen for the comparison of dynamic response, e) The dynamic displacement of the chosen node under the influence of gravity (note that the dynamic simulation shown in the graph for 3 seconds is executed by the particle model in 1.3 seconds). 28 B.B. Baran and C. Basdogan 5 Conclusion A.
Rigid Body Model xb F Mb Pendulum Model Mb xb F xw Mw Spring-damper Model F Mb xb k xw Mw Box-content Model xb Mb c F xw C Mw Fig. 2. Images of representational models 4 Experiment 4.1 Identification of Models We evaluate the users’ ability of model discriminations by using 4 models described in figure 2. First, the device represents one model and the subject shakes the device at most 10 seconds. Then, the device represents another (or sometimes same) model and he or she.
0.5, 0.9, 1.6, 2.8, 5.0 mm/(N·s). The target force value to be applied by the subject was calculated using (1). Table 1 shows the target force level for each of the commanded admittance gains to achieve the desired velocity values. It can bee seen from Table 1 that each combination of V and k has a different target force value associated with it. For each different force value, Table 1. Force (N) values for different values of V (mm/s) and trials with k = 0 are also conducted. These values k.
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Haptic feedback is complemented with visual feedback, haptic data reduction affects haptic feedback quality at a lower data reduction rate than it affects task performance. When visual feedback is missing, however, this effect is reversed. These results imply that the perception of haptic feedback quality is markedly influenced by visual sensory input as well as task requirements; hence, it is recommended to consider feedback quality and task performance in the optimization of PD reduction before.