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Articles Tagged: Haptic devices

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Designing for haptics

The emergence of extended reality has brought an influx of interest in designing good haptic experiences that enhance immersion and realism, but the question is how?

By Craig Shultz, Vivian Shen, October 2022

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XR needs "mixed feelings"

Haptic devices allow us to feel virtual worlds through touch and forces; yet they are incompatible with haptics present in our everyday life. This urges us to re-think how to engineer a wave of new haptic devices for extended reality.

By Shan-Yuan Teng, Pedro Lopes, October 2022

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The next generation of interactive devices <br /> Human Computer Interaction Lab, Hasso Plattner Institute

Using your own muscles

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Using your own muscles

Leveraging the user's own muscles to simulate impact and forces from a virtual reality world allows us to create more immersive experiences without bulky equipment.

By Pedro Lopes, Alexandra Ion, Robert Kovacs, November 2015

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Comparison of input devices and displays for protein visualization

By Elke Moritz, Thomas Wischgoll, Joerg Meyer, December 2005

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