Desktop Layout

Demonstrations: Even-Numbered Posters
Demonstrations and Exhibits
Grand Ballroom
Haplink Customizations
Melisa Orta Martinez, Kaitlyn Gee, Tyler Cloyd, Maria Paula Hernandez, Thomas Hsieh, Bradley Immel, Jonathan A. Sosa, Meilan Steimle, Tiger Sun, and Allison M. Okamura
(Stanford University, USA)
Demo 2
Publisher's Version
Picture (Local)
Abstract: Haplink is an open-source, 3-D printed haptic device for educational applications. Haplink can be used as a one-degree-of-freedom device and then be turned into a two-degree-of-freedom device such that students who have learned one-degree-of-freedom concepts can translate those concepts to two degrees of freedom. In Autumn 2017, students in an undergraduate class built one-degree-of-freedom versions of Haplink, expanded them into two-degree-of-freedom devices, and then customized them to create novel haptic applications. In this demonstration, we will present two new systems resulting from student-driven Haplink customization that validate the device's effectiveness for scaffolding concepts related to design, programming, control, and mechatronics.


Time stamp: 2019-09-22T01:25:33+02:00