2-DOF contact location display for manipulating virtual objects

@article{Yazdian20132DOFCL,
  title={2-DOF contact location display for manipulating virtual objects},
  author={Seiedmuhammad Yazdian and Andrew J. Doxon and David E. Johnson and Hong Z. Tan and William R. Provancher},
  journal={2013 World Haptics Conference (WHC)},
  year={2013},
  pages={443-448}
}
A novel, low inertia, two degree-of-freedom (2-DOF) contact location display (CLD) device has been designed, prototyped, and tested. This device positions a small spherical contactor beneath the user's fingerpad at the point of contact between the finger and a virtual surface. Kinesthetic forces are provided by a custom haptic device attached to the CLD. The contactor is remotely driven by push-pull wires to reduce the effective inertia of the device at the user's fingertip; however, this… CONTINUE READING

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