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CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems
Figure 1 : A user moves a proxy whisk inside a proxy pot (left). By offsetting the virtual hand/tool from the real hand/tool we can simulate virtual pots of different sizes providing realistic haptic sensations when stirring. Our studies investigate the extent to which we can use such illusions by exploring the potential effects of grasp, movement trajectory and object mass on the discrepancy which can be introduced while remaining unnoticed by a user.doi:10.1145/3491102.3517671 fatcat:je5yr7asozajtbhxj5z4jy5rpa