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The Adjunct Publication of the 34th Annual ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology
Figure 1: The output devices and the two phases supported by ViTT. (A) A Virtual Reality head-mounted display (VR HMD) and vibrotactile gloves are used for visual and haptic output. (B) In Phase I, a nurse can view immersive instructions to understand what is important during different steps of a patient transfer and why. As part of this, the nurse can observe a 3d animation of the transfer. (C) In Phase II, a nurse can train the transfer step by step with a virtual patient. The nurse isdoi:10.1145/3474349.3480234 fatcat:zulc6i3gmncpxlbqp4fzpzmiby