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Tuesday, March 27, 2018
Demonstrations: Even-Numbered Posters (Demonstrations and Exhibits)
14:30 – 16:30, 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
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Toward Improved Surgical Training: Mirror Tracing
William H. Jantscher, Shivam Pandey, Priyanshu Agarwal, Sadie H. Richardson, Bowie R. Lin, Michael D. Byrne, and Marcia K. O'Malley
(Rice University, USA; Oculus Research, USA)
Demo 4
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FOLDAWAY Touch – A Force Rendering Joystick for Virtual and Augmented Reality
Stefano Mintchev, Marco Salerno, Alexandre Cherpillod, Simone Scaduto, and Jamie Paik
(EPFL, Switzerland)
Demo 6
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A Control Method of Asymmetric Vibrations for a Quantitative Evaluation of Induced Pulling Sensation
Takeshi Tanabe, Hiroaki Yano, and Hiroo Iwata
(University of Tsukuba, Japan)
Demo 8
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UltraShiver: Lateral Force Feedback on a Bare Fingertip via Ultrasonic Oscillation and Electroadhesion
Heng Xu, Michael A. Peshkin, and J. Edward Colgate
(Northwestern University, USA)
Demo 10
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FerroFluid Based Lightweight and Portable Tactile Haptic Display for Displaying Persuasive Haptic Cues of Material and Geometric Perception
Harsimran Singh, Bhivraj Suthar, Syed Zain Mehdi, and Jee-Hwan Ryu
(KOREATECH, South Korea; Korea University of Technology and Education, South Korea)
Demo 12
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Electrostatic Adhesive Brakes for High Spatial Resolution Refreshable 2.5D Tactile Shape Displays
Kai Zhang and Sean Follmer
(Stanford University, USA)
Demo 14
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Single Pitch Perception of Multi-frequency Textures
(Northwestern University, USA; Carnegie Mellon University, USA)
Demo 16
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Development of a Wearable Haptic Device That Presents Haptics Sensation of the Finger Pad to the Forearm
Taha K. Moriyama, Ayaka Nishi, Rei Sakuragi, Takuto Nakamura, and Hiroyuki Kajimoto
(University of Electro-Communications, Japan)
Demo 18
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Harold's Haptic Crayon: Draw Your World, Then Feel It through a Ballpoint Drive
Soheil Kianzad and Karon E. MacLean
(University of British Columbia, Canada)
Demo 20
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CLAP: Soft-Hand Simulation Library for Natural Interaction
Daniel Lobo, Mickeal Verschoor, and Miguel A. Otaduy
(Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Spain)
Demo 22
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A Haptic Ring to Provide Skin Deformation and Thermal Cues
Guido Gioioso, Leonardo Meli, Giovanni Spagnoletti, Mirko Aurilio, and Domenico Prattichizzo
(University of Siena, Italy)
Demo 24
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Improving Perception Accuracy with Multi-modal Haptic Cue Delivery
Nathan Dunkelberger, Joshua Bradley, Jenny Sullivan, and Marcia K. O'Malley
(Rice University, USA)
Demo 26
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Continuous Lateral Motion Created using Sequential Normal Indentation for Displaying Social Haptic Cues
Heather Culbertson, Cara M. Nunez, and Allison M. Okamura
(Stanford University, USA)
Demo 28
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The Haply Development Platform: A Modular, Open-Source Haptic Ecosystem That Enables Accessible Multi-platform Simulation Development
Colin Gallacher, Steve Ding, and Karon E. MacLean
(Haply, Canada; University of British Columbia, Canada; McGill University, Canada)
Demo 30
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Advancing Haptic Design: Focusing on Human Interpretations of Tactile Effects
Sanya Attari, William Rihn, David Birnbaum, and Chris Ullrich
(Immersion Corporation, USA)
Demo 32
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Magnetic Levitation Haptic Interface with a Compact Array of Cylindrical Coils
Peter Berkelman
(University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA)
Demo 34
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A Vibrotactile “Musical Sculpture” in VR Exploring Apparent Motion Illusions of Frequency Beating and Changing Phase
Alexis Story Crawshaw
(University of Paris 8, France; University of California at Santa Barbara, USA)
Demo 36
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Exhibits (Demonstrations and Exhibits)
14:30 – 16:30, Grand Ballroom
Boréas Technologies
(Bromont, Canada)
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Force Dimension
(Nyon, Switzerland)
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Oculus Research
(Redmond, USA)
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Polytec
(Irvine, USA)
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SynTouch
(Montrose, USA)
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Time stamp: 2018-09-23T02:17:57+02:00