HapticGEAR

The development of a wearable force display system for immersive projection displays

M. Hirose, K. Hirota, Tetsurou Ogi, H. Yano, N. Kakehi, M. Saito, M. Nakashige

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Abstract

This paper describes the design and implementation of an artificial force display for immersive projection displays (IPD) such as CAVE or CABIN. In order to give the user maximum freedom of motion in the large virtual space generated by an IPD, it is necessary to use a portable force display that is self-contained on the user's body. Therefore, we developed a wearable force display called HapticGEAR. It is a backpack-type device that transmits applied forces to the wearer by using a wire-tension mechanism. The device is designed such that it minimizes fatigue for the wearer, and does not interrupt the user's motion and view. Also, we integrated the device into CABIN and evaluated the accuracy it achieved in tracing objects and the displayed haptic sensation experimentally.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings - Virtual Reality Annual International Symposium
Pages123-129
Number of pages7
Publication statusPublished - 2001
Externally publishedYes
EventIEEE Virtual Reality 2001 - Yokohama, Japan
Duration: 2001 Mar 132001 Mar 17

Other

OtherIEEE Virtual Reality 2001
CountryJapan
CityYokohama
Period01/3/1301/3/17

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Display devices
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Keywords

  • Haptic Display
  • Portable Force Display
  • Stringed Force Feedback
  • Virtual Reality
  • Wearable

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Software

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Hirose, M., Hirota, K., Ogi, T., Yano, H., Kakehi, N., Saito, M., & Nakashige, M. (2001). HapticGEAR: The development of a wearable force display system for immersive projection displays. In Proceedings - Virtual Reality Annual International Symposium (pp. 123-129)

HapticGEAR : The development of a wearable force display system for immersive projection displays. / Hirose, M.; Hirota, K.; Ogi, Tetsurou; Yano, H.; Kakehi, N.; Saito, M.; Nakashige, M.

Proceedings - Virtual Reality Annual International Symposium. 2001. p. 123-129.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Hirose, M, Hirota, K, Ogi, T, Yano, H, Kakehi, N, Saito, M & Nakashige, M 2001, HapticGEAR: The development of a wearable force display system for immersive projection displays. in Proceedings - Virtual Reality Annual International Symposium. pp. 123-129, IEEE Virtual Reality 2001, Yokohama, Japan, 01/3/13.
Hirose M, Hirota K, Ogi T, Yano H, Kakehi N, Saito M et al. HapticGEAR: The development of a wearable force display system for immersive projection displays. In Proceedings - Virtual Reality Annual International Symposium. 2001. p. 123-129
Hirose, M. ; Hirota, K. ; Ogi, Tetsurou ; Yano, H. ; Kakehi, N. ; Saito, M. ; Nakashige, M. / HapticGEAR : The development of a wearable force display system for immersive projection displays. Proceedings - Virtual Reality Annual International Symposium. 2001. pp. 123-129
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