Characterizing the Human Wrist for Improved Haptic Interaction

@inproceedings{KuchenbeckerCharacterizingTH,
  title={Characterizing the Human Wrist for Improved Haptic Interaction},
  author={Katherine J. Kuchenbecker and June Gyu Park and G{\"u}nter Niemeyer}
}
Haptic displays provide the user with a sense of touch in both simulation of virtual environments and teleoperation of remote robots. The instantaneous impedance of the user’s hand affects this force interaction, changing the transients experienced during activities such as exploratory tapping. This research characterizes the behavior of the human wrist joint while holding a stylus in a three-fingered grasp. Nonparametric identification methods, evaluating frequencyand time-responses, support a… CONTINUE READING
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