Eric W. VanDerLoo

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We describe the Tango, a new passive haptic interface for whole-hand interaction with 3D objects. The Tango is shaped like a ball and can be grasped comfortably in one hand. Its pressure sensitive skin measures the contact pressures exerted by the user's hand, and accelerometers within the device measure its motion and attitude. This information can be used(More)
As part of a study of receptor tyrosine kinase behavior in membranes, we have collected extensive NMR data from three well-defined probe locations within the transmembrane region of the human EGF receptor. Spectra were obtained for selectively deuterated alanine residues in a series of peptides corresponding to the putative transmembrane domain (with short(More)
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