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haptic

Dealing with the sense of touch. See haptic interface and Taptic Engine.
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SensAble offers the broadest range of haptic devices and toolkits for haptic application development, the FreeForm(R) family of 3D design systems, and the ClayTools(TM) system for digital content creation in games and entertainment.
We suggest that the use of the Phantom haptic device forces participants to encode information more deeply in a virtual condition than in a tactile one.
SensAble, along with its partners, SenseGraphics, of Stockholm, Sweden, and Engineering Systems Technology (EST) of Kalserslautern, Germany will showcase innovative haptically-enabled applications that rely on SensAble's haptic devices.
The simulator uses Sensable's Phantom[TM] force feedback haptic devices, and Sensable OpenHaptics[R] software toolkit with its QuickHaptics[R] microAPI.
GHOST SDK [19] is a commercial toolkit specialized for the PHANTOM haptic device and it uses a framework with a scene graph similar to OpenInventor.
The participants controlled the large object (a pollen grain) via the haptic device around the interior of the box in the computer simulation.
Using Geomagic's Sensable Phantom([R]) force feedback haptic devices and OpenHaptics([R]) software toolkit, the applications will be demonstrated at the NextMed/MMVR20 (Medicine Meets Virtual Reality) conference being held this week in San Diego, Calif.
The instrumentation included three components: a graphics computer to provide three-dimensional images, microsurgical instruments attached to haptic (related to the sense of touch) devices to provide tactile feedback to the surgeon's hands, and a personal computer to control the haptic devices.
The PHANTOM haptic device was used for the haptic output and steering.
com), proposed by the manufacturers of the robots does not offer enough flexibility for real-time monitoring and there is no possibility to control a tele-operated robot with a haptic device.
Artouch was made by using the Microsoft's Kinect sensor that takes in a 3D image of the museum artifact, via a computer that processes the artifact image into a 3D mesh object, and a Haptic device to provide the user the ability to virtually feel and touch the object.
Jones and colleagues explore the efficacy of a haptic device and a computer simulation in which haptic feedback is provided to students with visual impairments in science classrooms to teach the concepts of heat and pressure that are associated with particle movement.