The tolerance for visual feedback distortions in a virtual environment

@article{Matsuoka2002TheTF,
  title={The tolerance for visual feedback distortions in a virtual environment},
  author={Yukinori Matsuoka and Sonya Allin and Roberta L. Klatzky},
  journal={Physiology & Behavior},
  year={2002},
  volume={77},
  pages={651-655}
}
We are interested in using a virtual environment with a robotic device to extend the strength and mobility of people recovering from strokes by steering them beyond what they had thought they were capable of doing. Previously, we identified just noticeable differences (JND) of a finger's force production and position displacement in a virtual environment. In this paper, we extend this investigation by identifying peoples' tolerance for distortions of visual representations of force production… CONTINUE READING
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