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Title: Toward a Future with Human Hands-Like Haptics: A Universal Framework for Interfacing Existing and Future Multipoint Haptic Devices
Authors: Lei Wei;Hailing Zhou;Saeid Nahavandi;Dangxiao Wang
subject: human hands-like haptics|abstract MPH model|kinesthetic feedbacks|multifinger haptic systems|multipoint haptic devices|tactile feedbacks|universal MPH framework
Year: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: In this article, we propose a universal MPH (multipoint haptics) framework with its underlying abstract MPH model, which support existing and future multimanual, multifinger haptic systems, rendering both kinesthetic and tactile feedbacks. The abstract MPH model defines multiple interaction models hierarchically, which can be helpful in the definition of hardware scope for customized haptic systems. The framework defines the primitive components and operations, which can be adopted by various drivers and SDK configurations for advanced MPH applications.
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volume: 2
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Title: Toward a Future with Human Hands-Like Haptics: A Universal Framework for Interfacing Existing and Future Multipoint Haptic Devices
Authors: Lei Wei;Hailing Zhou;Saeid Nahavandi;Dangxiao Wang
subject: human hands-like haptics|abstract MPH model|kinesthetic feedbacks|multifinger haptic systems|multipoint haptic devices|tactile feedbacks|universal MPH framework
Year: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: In this article, we propose a universal MPH (multipoint haptics) framework with its underlying abstract MPH model, which support existing and future multimanual, multifinger haptic systems, rendering both kinesthetic and tactile feedbacks. The abstract MPH model defines multiple interaction models hierarchically, which can be helpful in the definition of hardware scope for customized haptic systems. The framework defines the primitive components and operations, which can be adopted by various drivers and SDK configurations for advanced MPH applications.
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URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/180485
http://localhost/handle/Hannan/623140
volume: 2
issue: 1
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Title: Toward a Future with Human Hands-Like Haptics: A Universal Framework for Interfacing Existing and Future Multipoint Haptic Devices
Authors: Lei Wei;Hailing Zhou;Saeid Nahavandi;Dangxiao Wang
subject: human hands-like haptics|abstract MPH model|kinesthetic feedbacks|multifinger haptic systems|multipoint haptic devices|tactile feedbacks|universal MPH framework
Year: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: In this article, we propose a universal MPH (multipoint haptics) framework with its underlying abstract MPH model, which support existing and future multimanual, multifinger haptic systems, rendering both kinesthetic and tactile feedbacks. The abstract MPH model defines multiple interaction models hierarchically, which can be helpful in the definition of hardware scope for customized haptic systems. The framework defines the primitive components and operations, which can be adopted by various drivers and SDK configurations for advanced MPH applications.
Description: 
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/180485
http://localhost/handle/Hannan/623140
volume: 2
issue: 1
Appears in Collections:2016

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