Wyfiwif : a Haptic Communication Paradigm for Collaborative Motor Skills Learning

@inproceedings{Chellali2010WyfiwifA,
  title={Wyfiwif : a Haptic Communication Paradigm for Collaborative Motor Skills Learning},
  author={Amine Chellali and Isabelle Milleville},
  year={2010}
}
Motor skills transfer is a challenging issue for many applications such as surgery, design and industry. In order to design virtual environments that support motor skills learning, a deep understanding of humans’ haptic interactions is required. To ensure skills transfer, experts and novices need to collaborate. This requires the construction of the common frame of reference between the teacher and the learner in order to understand each other. In this paper, human-human haptic collaboration is… CONTINUE READING

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