Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Multi-modal haptic research for future applications

A presentation material (PDF) for KAIST-UCLA MAE Faculty Workshop. The contents are:

  • Haptics research
  • Previous experience of TCL
  • Current issues
  • Application to mobile devices
  • Discussion

The presentation contains many intriguing projects and ideas, among which I like Rubby, a squeezable haptic device and a patent application describing a haptic display using magnetic force (see p. 28 of the presentation file).

The presenter is Dr. D. S. Gwon  who is a professor at the Telerobotics and Control Laboratory (TCL), Department ofa  Mechanical Engineering, KAIST.


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