Human-human haptic collaboration in cyclical Fitts' tasks

@article{Gentry2005HumanhumanHC,
  title={Human-human haptic collaboration in cyclical Fitts' tasks},
  author={Sommer Gentry and Eric Feron and Roderick Murray-Smith},
  journal={2005 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems},
  year={2005},
  pages={3402-3407}
}
Understanding how humans assist each other in haptic interaction teams could lead to improved robotic aids to solo human dextrous manipulation. Inspired by experiments reported in Reed et al. (2004), which suggested two-person haptically interacting teams could achieve a lower movement time (MT) than individuals for discrete aiming movements of specified accuracy, we report that two-person teams (dyads) can also achieve lower MT for cyclical, continuous aiming movements. We propose a model… CONTINUE READING
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