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Prop-Based Haptic Interaction with Co-location and Immersion: an Automotive Application

Abstract : Most research on 3D user interfaces aims at providing only a single sensory modality. One challenge is to integrate several sensory modalities into a seamless system while preserving each modality's immersion and performance factors. This paper concerns manipulation tasks and proposes a visuo-haptic system integrating immersive visualization, tactile force and tactile feedback with co-location. An industrial application is presented.
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Michael Ortega, Sabine Coquillart. Prop-Based Haptic Interaction with Co-location and Immersion: an Automotive Application. HAVE 2005 - IEEE International Workshop on Haptic Audio Visual Environments and their Applications, Oct 2005, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. ⟨inria-00000962⟩

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