The role of haptic feedback when manipulating nonrigid objects.

  title={The role of haptic feedback when manipulating nonrigid objects.},
  author={Frederic R Danion and Jonathan Diamond and J. Randall Flanagan},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  volume={107 1},
Humans can learn to manipulate objects with complex dynamics, including nonrigid objects with internal degrees of freedom. The first aim of this study was to assess the contribution of haptic feedback when learning to manipulate a nonrigid object. The second aim was to evaluate how learning without haptic feedback influences subsequent learning with haptic feedback and vice versa. The task involved moving a simulated mass-attached to a grasped handle via a simulated, damped spring-to a target… CONTINUE READING


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