Fast audio-haptic prototyping with mass-interaction physics

James Leonard 1 Jerome Villeneuve 1
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GIPSA-lab - Grenoble Images Parole Signal Automatique
Abstract : This paper presents ongoing work on the topic of physical modelling and force-feedback interaction. Specifically, it proposes a frame- work for rapidly prototyping virtual objects and scenes by means of mass-interaction models, and coupling the user and these objects via an affordable multi-DoF haptic device. The modelled objects can be computed at the rate of the haptic loop, but can also operate at a higher audio-rate, producing sound. The open-source design and overall simplicity of the proposed system makes it an interesting solution for introducing both physical simulations and force-feedback interaction, and also for applications in artistic creation. This first implementation prefigures current work conducted on the develop- ment of modular open-source mass-interaction physics tools for the design of haptic and multisensory applications.
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James Leonard, Jerome Villeneuve. Fast audio-haptic prototyping with mass-interaction physics. International Workshop on Haptic and Audio Interaction Design - HAID2019, Mar 2019, Lille, France. ⟨hal-02015740v2⟩

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