A Hand-Held 3-D Display System with Haptic Sensation
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AbstractWe propose a projected based direct visual-haptic display system for virual reality applications. In this work, we developed a hand-held 3-D display system in which the user can manipulate a 3-D object directly using his/her own hands and at the same time feels the weight and the movement of the displaying object. A projector mounted 1.5 meters above a handheld board is projecting images of virtual objects onto the board that the user is holding. A stationary camera is monitoring the board and the system calculates the pose of the board by computer vision techniques. So a motion-stereo effect can be generated by projected geometry methods for the user. Moreover, four motors are also pulling four strings attached to the corners of the board to generate the haptic feedback. Therefore, the user can feel the weight of the virtual 3-D object as well. The system is built and user tests were carried out with satisfactory results. This system has shown a new way of using projected reality, and provides a direct visual-haptic tool for developers to be used in intersting and useful virtual-reality applications.
All Author(s) ListLee KK, Wong KH, Chang MMY, Yu YK
Name of Conference9th International Symposium on Visual Computing (ISVC)
Start Date of Conference29/07/2013
End Date of Conference31/07/2013
Place of ConferenceRethymnon
Country/Region of ConferenceGreece
Journal nameLecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence
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4. Haptic
Year2013
Month1
Day1
Volume Number8034
PublisherSPRINGER-VERLAG BERLIN
Pages298 - 307
ISBN978-3-642-41939-3
eISBN978-3-642-41938-6
ISSN0302-9743
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom
KeywordsComputer vision; Haptic; Motion tracking; Projected reality
Web of Science Subject CategoriesComputer Science; Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence; Computer Science, Theory & Methods; Mathematical & Computational Biology

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