The Visual Haptic Workbench

@inproceedings{Brederson2000TheVH,
  title={The Visual Haptic Workbench},
  author={J. Dean Brederson and Milan Ikits and Christopher R. Johnson and Charles D. Hansen},
  year={2000}
}
Multimodal interfaces have been shown to increase user performance for a variety of tasks. We have been investigating the synergistic benefits of haptic scientific visualization using an integrated, semi-immersive virtual environment. The Visual Haptic Workbench provides multimodal interaction; immersion is enhanced by head and hand tracking, haptic feedback, and additional audio cues. We present the motivation and design goals for this system, discuss its current implementation, and describe… CONTINUE READING
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