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Haptic feedback improves manual excitation of a sprung mass
12th International Symposium on Haptic Interfaces for Virtual Environment and Teleoperator Systems, 2004. HAPTICS '04. Proceedings.
In this paper, we present an experiment in which human subjects were asked to manually excite a virtual sprung mass into resonance under various feedback conditions: visual, haptic or visual and haptic combined. We are interested in comparing the value of these feedback conditions in terms of their influence on the achievable performance in a dynamic task such as exciting a resonant mechanical system. From our human subject experiment (n=10), we found that with haptic feedback alone, subjectsdoi:10.1109/haptic.2004.1287197 dblp:conf/haptics/HuangGK04 fatcat:nn2dvmsyrvg2zdwveoynaiflcq