Higher Precision in Volume Haptics through Subdivision of Proxy Movements

@inproceedings{Palmerius2008HigherPI,
  title={Higher Precision in Volume Haptics through Subdivision of Proxy Movements},
  author={Karljohan E. Lundin Palmerius and George Baravdish},
  booktitle={EuroHaptics},
  year={2008}
}
Volume haptics has become an increasingly popular way of adding guidance and improving information bandwidth in scientific visualization. State-of-the-art methods, however, use linear equations, which allows for a precision that can be insufficient in some circumstances. This paper describes how step-length subdivision can be used to improve precision even though these methods do not use integration steps in its usual meaning. 

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