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A one degree of freedom haptic system to investigate issues in human perception with particular application to probing tissue
Alex Zivanovic, Brian Davies and Edward Dribble
Studies in Health Technology and Informatics (Medicine Meets Virtual Reality 12) Volume vol 98, pp. 69-71, 2004. ISSN ISSN: 0926-9630

Abstract

Abstract: This paper presents the results of several early studies relating to human haptic perception sensitivity when probing a virtual object. A 1 degree of freedom (DoF) rotary haptic system, that was designed and built for this purpose, is also presented. The experiments were to assess the maximum forces applied in a minimally invasive surgery (MIS) procedure, quantify the compliance sensitivity threshold when probing virtual tissue and identify the haptic system loop rate necessary for haptic feedback to feel realistic

EPrint Type:Article
Project Keyword:Project Keyword UNSPECIFIED
Subjects:Machine Vision
Haptics
ID Code:884
Deposited By:Brian Davies
Deposited On:03 January 2005