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The ISO 9241 Part 9 standard  pointing task is used to evaluate passive haptic feedback in target selection in a virtual environment (VE). Participants performed a tapping task using a tracked stylus in a CAVE both with, and without passive haptic feedback provided by a plastic panel co-located with the targets. Pointing throughput (but not speed nor accuracy alone) was significantly higher with haptic feedback than without it, confirming previous results using an alternative experimental paradigm.doi:10.1109/vr.2010.5444753 dblp:conf/vr/TeatherNJ10 fatcat:wveluqtlsjfgxbfgsv3rsxtkou