Students from Haptics, Kinematics/Dynamics, and Modern Biomedical Technologies demonstrated their projects, April 25, 2013.
Interactive Haptic Simple Maze|
This project aims at studying haptic interaction of test subjects with a computer by completing a haptic maze. The maze provides a realistic haptic experience by providing a force feedback as well as realistic physics to ensure a more natural experience. Time and position data were recorded as well as personal information and the coefficient of restitution was used for the dissipation of energy at wall contact. Twenty four users participated in this study, all of which varied in haptic knowledge and skill level used in completing the challenge.