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Active versus passive touch in three dimensions

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4 Author(s)
M. A. Symmons ; Bionics & Cognitive Sci. Centre, Monash Univ., Churchill, Vic., Australia ; B. L. Richardson ; D. B. Wuillemin ; G. H. VanDoorn

Active subjects freely explored virtual three-dimensional geometric shapes using a phantom force-feedback device. Each active subject's movements were used to guide a passive subject over the same stimuli. In experiment 1 the active subject's movements were recorded and "played back" to the passive counterpart at a later time - a delayed yoking. Two phantoms were used in experiment 2 so that as the active subject explored, the passive subject was guided simultaneously along the same movement pathway. Active exploration yielded significantly shorter latencies than did passive-guided exploration.

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First Joint Eurohaptics Conference and Symposium on Haptic Interfaces for Virtual Environment and Teleoperator Systems. World Haptics Conference

Date of Conference:

18-20 March 2005