Ping-Hsuan Han

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With the recent advances of wearable I/O devices, designers of immersive VR systems are able to provide users with many different ways to explore the virtual space. For example, Birdly [Rheiner 2014] is a flying simulator composed of visual, auditory, and smell feedback that can provide the user a compelling experience of flying in the sky. SpiderVision(More)
With the recent advances of head-mounted displays (HMD) for immersive virtual reality, game designers are able to provide players with many different gameplay to manipulate in the virtual environment. Like most of the console platforms and portable devices, tactile feedback is an important aspect in games and for notification. For example, Po2 [Israr et al.(More)
We present SoEs (Sword of Elements), an attachable augmented haptic device for enhancing gaming controller in the immersive first-person game. Generally, Player can easily receive visual and auditory feedback through head-mounted displays (HMD) and headphones from first-person perspective in virtual world. However, the tactile feedback is less than those(More)
In many activities, such as martial arts, physical exercise, and physiotherapy, the users are asked to perform a sequence of body movements with highly accurate arm positions. Sometimes, the movements are too complicated for users to learn, even by imitating the action of the coach directly. This paper presents a fully immersive augmented reality (AR)(More)
By using the head-mounted display (HMD), we can have an immersive virtual reality experience. But the user cannot see any information from the real world. To solve the problem, video seethrough HMD can acquire images from real environment, and present into the HMD, then, we could build a mixed reality (MR) or augmented reality (AR) system. However, how to(More)
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