Students from Haptics, Kinematics/Dynamics, and Modern Biomedical Technologies demonstrated their projects, April 25, 2014.
Haptic Art - A Look into Coloring Using Phantom Omni Device|
Coloring is a common activity used by teachers and parents to keep children occupied. For children, coloring can be a way to express emotion, a tool to escape reality and play imaginatively. Currently, there is little research available that discusses art in Haptic. This project demonstrates software that tests user's ability to follow force feedback and color within the boundaries of various selected shapes.