A Japanese Calligraphy Trainer Based on Skill Acquisition Through Haptization

@article{Nishino2010AJC,
  title={A Japanese Calligraphy Trainer Based on Skill Acquisition Through Haptization},
  author={Hiroaki Nishino and Kouta Murayama and Tsuneo Kagawa and Kouichi Utsumiya},
  journal={2010 24th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Information Networking and Applications},
  year={2010},
  pages={1225-1232}
}
We present an approach for implementing a virtual reality system targeted at learning handwritten characters. We especially aim at enabling learners to acquire important writing skills required to be a good writer in Japanese calligraphy. The proposed system provides a haptic channel allowing the learners to intuitively master an instructor’s fine motor skills through the sense of touch. We utilize a commercially available haptic device called PHANTOMTM for simulating a writing brush in a… CONTINUE READING

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