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Springer Tracts in Advanced Robotics
We are developing haptic interfaces compatible with functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to study the brain mechanisms of motor control in humans. This paper describes the different phases of our project, examines the constraints and presents possible solutions. The constraints imposed by the harsh yet sensitive MR environment as well as the smooth and safe control required for interaction with human motion demand a novel robotic technology. Our concept is based on a hydrostaticdoi:10.1007/11552246_3 fatcat:cq625y4m4fdltjmbvvzx42fs6y