Designing with Haptic Feedback (03 Mar 2000)
Our haptic sense supplies our perception of body contact and motions, including texture and forces. Over the last ten years, "haptic feedback" has come to refer to many classes of robotic interactive devices which display to a user forces and textures computed from a virtual environment model, and transmit the user's physical actions back to the virtual environment via position and force signals.
Article URL: http://hci.stanford.edu/seminar/abstracts/99-00/000303-maclean.html
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