Spatially continuous six degree of freedom position and orientation sensor

@inproceedings{Danisch1999SpatiallyCS,
  title={Spatially continuous six degree of freedom position and orientation sensor},
  author={Lee Danisch and Kevin Englehart and Andrew Trivett},
  year={1999}
}
This paper describes SHAPE TAPE , a thin array of fiber optic curvature sensors laminated on a ribbon substrate, TM arranged to sense bend and twist. The resulting signals are used to build a three dimensional computer model containing six degree of freedom position and orientation information for any location along the ribbon. The tape can be used to derive dynamic or static shape information from objects to which it is attached or scanned over. This is particularly useful where attachment is… CONTINUE READING
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