Virtual Contact : the Continuum from Purely Visual to Purely Physical

@inproceedings{Lindeman2003VirtualC,
  title={Virtual Contact : the Continuum from Purely Visual to Purely Physical},
  author={Robert W. Lindeman},
  year={2003}
}
Providing appropriate cues to users when interacting with objects in immersive virtual environments (IVEs) is a difficult task. In addition to individual user differences, environmental factors, and task-specific requirements, the technological complexity of the current state of the art in haptic feedback further increases the difficulty. Though the technology continues to improve, we are still a long way from having haptic feedback that meets the demands of a "general solution" to the problem… CONTINUE READING
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