Haptic Interface of the KAIST-Ewha Colonoscopy Simulator II

@article{Woo2008HapticIO,
  title={Haptic Interface of the KAIST-Ewha Colonoscopy Simulator II},
  author={Hyun Soo Woo and Woo Seok Kim and Woojin Ahn and Doo Yong Lee and Sun Young Yi},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Information Technology in Biomedicine},
  year={2008},
  volume={12},
  pages={746-753}
}
This paper presents an improved haptic interface for the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology Ewha Colonoscopy Simulator II. The haptic interface enables the distal portion of the colonoscope to be freely bent while guaranteeing sufficient workspace and reflective forces for colonoscopy simulation. Its force-torque sensor measures the profiles of the user. Manipulation of the colonoscope tip is monitored by four deflection sensors and triggers computations to render accurate… CONTINUE READING

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