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Madeline Gannon, Tovi Grossman, George Fitzmaurice
2015 Proceedings of the 33rd Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - CHI '15  
Lastly, we show sample artifacts generated with our system, and share a set of observations from design professionals.  ...  ABSTRACT Skin-based input has become an increasingly viable interaction model for user interfaces, however it has yet to be explored outside the domain of mobile computing.  ...  In our prototype, we use parametric manipulation to customize the design of a piece of 3D printed jewelry ( Figure 10 ).  ... 
doi:10.1145/2702123.2702581 dblp:conf/chi/GannonGF15 fatcat:p6q4hyzfsjcf5halpsxuwwyxgi

RTD2015 32 Synthetic Anatomies, Co-designing desirable 3D printed facial prosthetics

RTD Conference, Bernard Guy, Ross Stevens, Zach Challies, Wayne Gillingham
2019 Figshare  
Desirable prosthesis is an early stage investigation formulated to explore the creative potential of 3D scanning and 3D printing in designing alternative facial prosthesis.  ...  Our research sets out to counter the traditional medically orientated art of camouflaged reconstructive silicon prosthesis and explore the design of 3D printed distinct and desirable prosthesis.  ...  Our exploration revealed that in the hands of highly skilled maxillofacial technicians, artistry and patient empathy continue to remain a constant printed springs between abutments and prosthetic. 3D  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.1327991.v1 fatcat:7qknl2vaefc3vjnk7k2nzsuv6u

Simulation in Neurosurgery: A Review of Computer-Based Simulation Environments and Their Surgical Applications

Hani R Malone, Omar N Syed, Michael S Downes, Anthony L D'Ambrosio, Donald O Quest, Michael G Kaiser
2010 Neurosurgery  
CONCLUSION: The computational burden created by the integration of these complex components often limits the fluidity of real-time interactive simulators.  ...  This evolution is predicated upon the advancement of 3 main components of simulation: graphics/ volume rendering, model behavior/tissue deformation, and haptic feedback.  ...  in comparison with earlier generations of planning tools with 2D screen-bound cursers used to interact with 3D images.  ... 
doi:10.1227/neu.0b013e3181ee46d0 pmid:20881575 fatcat:jipoge6nzfdvbfzeef6ko4xspa

Vital Role of In-House 3D Lab to Create Unprecedented Solutions for Challenges in Spinal Surgery, Practical Guidelines and Clinical Case Series

Koen Willemsen, Joëll Magré, Jeroen Mol, Herke Jan Noordmans, Harrie Weinans, Edsko E. G. Hekman, Moyo C. Kruyt
2022 Journal of Personalized Medicine  
The other is a 3D-printed titanium spinal column prosthesis that was used to treat progressive and severe deformities due to lysis of the anterior column in three patients.  ...  In this paper, we describe the development, regulatory process, and clinical application of two types of patient specific 3D-printed devices that were developed at an in-house 3D point-of-care facility  ...  Another major benefit of having an in-house design process is the intensive interaction between the 3D lab and the surgeons.  ... 
doi:10.3390/jpm12030395 pmid:35330395 pmcid:PMC8951204 fatcat:e3lgh7kwqfhprpevwxv4pqmilm

Soft Manipulators and Grippers: A Review

Josie Hughes, Utku Culha, Fabio Giardina, Fabian Guenther, Andre Rosendo, Fumiya Iida
2016 Frontiers in Robotics and AI  
Soft robotics is a growing area of research which utilizes the compliance and adaptability of soft structures to develop highly adaptive robotics for soft interactions.  ...  One solution to this is soft robotics, which enables soft interactions with the surroundings while maintaining the ability to apply significant force.  ...  Soft manipulators can be designed without actuation to passively explore the interaction with objects to manipulate the environment.  ... 
doi:10.3389/frobt.2016.00069 fatcat:bvfbjkdowvbw5kpvpotu3kklrq

Sculpton: A Malleable Tangible Interface For Sound Sculpting

Alberto Boem
2014 Proceedings of the SMC Conferences  
Acknowledgments This work was developed at the Interface Culture Lab of the University of Art and Design in Linz, Austria. I'd like to thank Prof. Martin Kaltenbrunner and Prof.  ...  Laurent Mignonneau for the support during the development and documentation of this project. Thank you also Kazuhiro Jo, Enrique Tomas and Prof.  ...  This motion sensor is hosted (at the bottom of the seining structure) on a 3D printed vessel, also made with the Elasto plastic.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.850671 fatcat:6bak46q63rhtbbrwsizo2ekdj4

3D Printing Pneumatic Device Controls with Variable Activation Force Capabilities

Marynel Vázquez, Eric Brockmeyer, Ruta Desai, Chris Harrison, Scott E. Hudson
2015 Proceedings of the 33rd Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - CHI '15  
ABSTRACT We explore 3D printing physical controls whose tactile response can be manipulated programmatically through pneumatic actuation.  ...  We introduce and discuss a series of example 3D printed pneumatic controls, which demonstrate the feasibility of our approach.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We are thankful to Disney Research and The Walt Disney Corporation for continued support of this research effort. Thanks to Moshe Mahler for modeling the alligator.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2702123.2702569 dblp:conf/chi/VazquezBDHH15 fatcat:tjqseo5juvcqzleqev6u76d4jy

Exploring a Feedback-Oriented Design Process Through Curved Folding

Emrecan Gulay, Toni Kotnik, Andrés Lucero
2021 Proceedings of the 2021 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems  
We explain the physical exploration, 3D scanning, digital simulation, and fabrication processes. Then, we discuss the results, observations, and limitations of this design approach.  ...  CCS CONCEPTS • Human-centered computing → Interaction design theory, concepts and paradigms.  ...  Some research implemented actuated interactive surfaces for the exploration of 3D non-linear geometries [30, 31, 39] .  ... 
doi:10.1145/3411764.3445639 fatcat:ivm7276ryjdcvowfr2h763zb5i

Design and Fabrication of a Responsive Carrier Component Envelope

Teng-Wen Chang, Hsin-Yi Huang, Sambit Datta
2019 Buildings  
The design of the RCCE is based on geometry and structure of carrier surfaces populated with a kinetic structural component that responds to external stimuli.  ...  We extend earlier prototypes to design a modular, component-driven bottom-up system assembly exploring full-scale material and electronic subsystems for the expansion and retraction of a symmetric polar  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/buildings9040084 fatcat:qswvnhhiuzgyjmn6lu5o6x3cku

Soft Robotic Hands and Tactile Sensors for Underwater Robotics

Rafsan Al Shafatul Islam Subad, Liam B. Cross, Kihan Park
2021 Applied Mechanics  
The emergence of coupling the newest technologies on submersibles, different types of telecommunication devices, sensors, and soft robots is transforming the rigid approach to robotic design by providing  ...  In this paper, we represent a review of the history, development, recent research endeavors, and projected outlook for the area of soft robotics technology pertaining to its use with tactile sensing in  ...  Some prominent examples of 3D-printing technology are the 3D-printing technique of soft pneumatic actuators relying upon fused deposition modeling (FDM) [57] , the 3D-printing method for printing linear  ... 
doi:10.3390/applmech2020021 fatcat:kmctjxtvtfegtoknf2tfwiqmfu

Five-Fingered Passive Force Feedback Glove Using a Variable Ratio Lever Mechanism

Yuan Guo, Xiuping Yang, Haitong Wang, Yuru Zhang, Weiliang Xu, Dangxiao Wang
2021 Actuators  
Compared with gloves providing active feedback force, gloves with passive feedback force are promising in terms of safety and low weight, but simulating the variable stiffness of virtual objects is more  ...  Addressing this difficulty, we propose a five-fingered glove with passive force feedback employing a variable ratio lever mechanism.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/act10050096 fatcat:gjh765ejabgkzcbrmqathyjy4m

Feasibility Study and Experimental Evaluation of the Design of Nodule Prototype Developed for Palpation Display Apparatus: A Novel Device for Contactless Primary Tactile Diagnosis

Sakura Sikander, Pradipta Biswas, Sang-Eun Song
2021 Micromachines  
To further explore this area, we developed a novel palpation device consisting of a uniquely designed nodule mechanism (based on optimizing nodule top and bottom hemisphere wall thickness and manipulating  ...  Similarly, the display shape of the nodule can be maintained with minimal or no deformation if the nodule top hemisphere thickness is optimally higher than bottom hemisphere thickness.  ...  In future, we plan to explore other soft 3D printing materials that may suit our design requirements and to perform a comparison test to identify better suited material for the nodule behavior enhancement  ... 
doi:10.3390/mi12050576 pmid:34069631 pmcid:PMC8160851 fatcat:ycsco3f3mbfdjonk2hdddo47ya

Two-Way and Multiple-Way Shape Memory Polymers for Soft Robotics: An Overview

Giulia Scalet
2020 Actuators  
All the building blocks important for the design of such robots, i.e., the base materials, manufacturing processes, working mechanisms, and modeling and simulation tools, are covered.  ...  Particularly, two-way and multiple-way SMPs offer unique opportunities to realize untethered soft robots with programmable morphology and/or properties, repeatable actuation, and advanced multi-functionalities  ...  Even if each of these approaches greatly reduces the number of design variables, only a subspace of all possible designs is explored.  ... 
doi:10.3390/act9010010 fatcat:7rpo2ivsbbgmjblpn3znlvvdpe

Pop-up concrete constructions: Forming fabric reinforced concrete sheets

A.N. Vazquez, W. Jabi
2017 International Journal of Computational Methods & Experimental Measurements  
The paper outlines the proposed workflow including iterative experiments with robotic cutting of flat patterns, their 'popping-up' into 3D concrete shells, and material phase transitions during its forming  ...  to architectural design and fabrication workflows.  ...  early stages of design [2] .  ... 
doi:10.2495/cmem-v5-n4-451-463 fatcat:4oo4gphfdzh3fi4y5xoggzgocy

Considerations for the Design of Composite 3D Printed 'Intermediate Level' Trumpets

David Gibson, Adam Spry, Matthew Pope
2017 EVA London 2017  
Consideration of timbre, ease of playing (ergonomics and fatigue), leadpipe and bell design is discussed. The application of different 3D printing technologies is also considered.  ...  Using 3D printing techniques, it is now possible to create almost any small to medium object including brasswind instruments.  ...  Anthony Thompson and Colin Farlow for their time and effort in playing chromatic scales on so many instruments for so many times and Warwick Music Group for providing the instruments and manufacture of  ... 
doi:10.14236/ewic/eva2017.58 dblp:conf/eva/GibsonSP17 fatcat:zxrhet3l3zb37jpfnwq57dfyri
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