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Haptic Interfaces for Virtual Environment and Teleoperator Systems, International Symposium on (2002)
Orlando, Florida
Mar. 24, 2002 to Mar. 25, 2002
ISBN: 0-7695-1489-8
TABLE OF CONTENTS

Foreword (PDF)

pp. x
SESSION I: PERFORMANCE AND EVALUATION OF HAPTIC DEVICES

Comparing Two Haptic Interfaces for Multimodal Graph Rendering (Abstract)

Wai Yu , University of Glasgow
Stephen Brewster , University of Glasgow
pp. 3

Haptic Feedback and Human Performance in a Dynamic Task (Abstract)

R. Brent Gillespie , University of Michigan
Art Kuo , University of Michigan
Felix Huang , University of Michigan
pp. 24

Application-based Evaluation of Haptic Interfaces (Abstract)

Sarah A. Douglas , University of Oregon
Arthur E. Kirkpatrick , Simon Fraser University
pp. 32

Haptic Guidance: Experimental Evaluation of a Haptic Training Method for a Perceptual Motor Skill (Abstract)

Madeleine Keehner , University of California at San Francisco
David Feygin , University of California at Berkeley
Frank Tendick , University of California at San Francisco and University of California at Berkeley
pp. 40
SESSION II: MEDICAL APPLICATIONS

Computationally Efficient Techniques for Real Time Surgical Simulation with Force Feedback (Abstract)

Jung Kim , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Suvranu De , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
M. A. Srinivasan , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
pp. 51

Haptic Volume Interaction with Anatomic Models at Sub-Voxel Resolution (Abstract)

U. Tiede , University Hospital Hamburg-Eppendorf
K.H. Hoehne , University Hospital Hamburg-Eppendorf
R. Leuwer , University Hospital Hamburg-Eppendorf
B. Pflesser , University Hospital Hamburg-Eppendorf
A. Petersik , University Hospital Hamburg-Eppendorf
pp. 66

The Role of Force Feedback in Surgery: Analysis of Blunt Dissection (Abstract)

Nicholas Stylopoulos , Massachusetts General Hospital
Christopher R. Wagner , Harvard University
Robert D. Howe , Harvard University
pp. 73

On the Display of Haptic Recordings for Cutting Biological Tissues (Abstract)

Allison M. Okamura , The Johns Hopkins University
Vanessa B. Chial , Georgia Institute of Technology
Stephanie Greenish , Matrox Graphics, Inc.
pp. 80

A Haptic Command Station for Remote Ultrasound Examinations (Abstract)

Ismael Belghit , France Telecom Research and Development
Bernard Hennion , France Telecom Research and Development
Agnès Guerraz , France Telecom Research and Development
Franck Pellissier , France Telecom Research and Development
Alexandre Vienne , France Telecom Research and Development
Pierre Thorel , France Telecom Research and Development
pp. 88
SESSION III: PSYCHOPHYSICS AND HUMAN FACTORS

Understanding of Fingernail-Bone Interaction and Fingertip Hemodynamics for Fingernail Sensor Design (Abstract)

Stephen A. Mascaro , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
H. Harry Asada , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
pp. 113

Tangential Versus Normal Displacements of Skin: Relative Effectiveness for Producing Tactile Sensations (Abstract)

James Biggs , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Mandayam A. Srinivasan , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
pp. 121

The Psychophysics of Temperature Perception and Thermal-Interface Design (Abstract)

Lynette A. Jones , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Michal Berris , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
pp. 137
SESSION IV: HAPTIC DEVICE DESIGN

The Rutgers Master II-ND Force Feedback Glove (Abstract)

Mourad Bouzit , Rutgers - The State University of New Jersey
Rares Boian , Rutgers - The State University of New Jersey
George Popescu , Rutgers - The State University of New Jersey
Grigore Burdea , Rutgers - The State University of New Jersey
pp. 145

Wearable Haptic Display by the Use of a Particle Mechanical Constraint (Abstract)

Sachiko Kuge , SHARP Corporation
Sadao Kawamura , Ritsumeikan University
Takashi Mitsuda , Okayama University Medical School
Masato Wakabayashi , Ritsumeikan University
pp. 153

Array Force Display for Hardness Distribution (Abstract)

Hiroo Iwata , University of Tsukuba
Ryo Kawamura , University of Tsukuba
Hiroaki Yano , University of Tsukuba
pp. 165

Dynamic Modeling and Parameter Identification of a Parallel Haptic Interface (Abstract)

Dale A. Lawrence , University of Colorado
Lucy Y. Pao , University of Colorado
Christopher D. Lee , University of Colorado
pp. 172

System Identification of the Human Hand Grasping a Haptic Knob (Abstract)

Christopher J. Hasser , Immersion Corporation and Stanford University
Mark R. Cutkosky , Stanford University
pp. 180
SESSION V: RENDERING AND CONTROL

Haptic Rendering of Data on Unstructured Tetrahedral Grids (Abstract)

Roman Y. Novoselov , University of Colorado
Lucy Y. Pao , University of Colorado
Dale A. Lawrence , University of Colorado
pp. 193

Haptic Subdivision: An Approach to Defining Level-of-Detail in Haptic Rendering (Abstract)

Shahram Payandeh , Simon Fraser University
John Dill , Simon Fraser University
Jian Zhang , Simon Fraser University
pp. 201

Six-Degree-of-Freedom Haptic Display Using Localized Contact Computations (Abstract)

Ming C. Lin , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Young J. Kim , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Miguel A. Otaduy , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Dinesh Manocha , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
pp. 209

Validating a Novel Approach to Rendering Fingertip Contact Sensations (Abstract)

Margaret V. Lee , Northwestern University
J. Edward Colgate , Northwestern University
Peter M. Vishton , Northwestern University
Mark A. Salada , Northwestern University
pp. 217

Building a Task Language for Segmentation and Recognition of User Input to Cooperative Manipulation Systems (Abstract)

C. Sean Hundtofte , The Johns Hopkins University
Allison M. Okamura , The Johns Hopkins University
Gregory D. Hager , The Johns Hopkins University
pp. 225
SESSION VI: APPLICATIONS

A Haptic Hybrid Controller for Virtual Prototyping of Vehicle Mechanisms (Abstract)

Pietro Buttolo , Ford Research Laboratory
Paul Stewart , Ford Research Laboratory
Anne Marsan , Ford Research Laboratory
pp. 249

Teaching to Write Japanese Characters using a Haptic Interface (Abstract)

Jorge Solis , PERCRO - SSSA
Carlo Alberto Avizzano , PERCRO - SSSA
Massimo Bergamasco , OPERCRO - Scuola Superiore S. Anna
pp. 255

Virtual Peg-in-Hole Performance Using a 6-DOF Magnetic Levitation Haptic Device: Comparison with Real Forces and with Visual Guidance Alone (Abstract)

P.J. Berkelman , John Hopkins University
B.J. Unger , Carnegie Mellon University
R.L. Hollis , Carnegie Mellon University
R.L. Klatzky , Carnegie Mellon University
A. Thompson , Carnegie Mellon University
S. Lederman , Queen's University
A. Nicolaidis , Carnegie Mellon University
pp. 263

Autostereoscopic and Haptic Visualization for Space Exploration and Mission Design (Abstract)

Andrew Kostrewski , Physical Optics Corporation
Jose Salcedo , California Institute of Technology
Stephen A. Kupiec , Physical Optics Corporation
Mitchell Lum , California Institute of Technology
Cagatay Basdogan , California Institute of Technology
Edward Chow , California Institute of Technology
pp. 271

Network Intrusion Visualization with NIVA, an Intrusion Detection Visual Analyzer with Haptic Integration (Abstract)

Kofi Nyarko , Morgan State University
Kemi Ladeji-Osias , Morgan State University
Craig Scott , Morgan State University
Tanya Capers , Morgan State University
pp. 277
SESSION VII: POSTER AND DEMONSTRATION PAPERS

NanoManipulator Applications in Education: The Impact of Haptic Experiences on Students' Attitudes and Concepts (Abstract)

Richard Superfine , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Dennis Kubasko , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Atsuko Negishi , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Russell Taylor , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Alexandra Bokinsky , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
M. Gail Jones , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Thomas Andre , Iowa State University
pp. 295

Measuring Just Noticeable Differences for Haptic Force Feedback: Implications for Rehabilitation (Abstract)

Yoky Matsuoka , Carnegie Mellon University
Roberta Klatzky , Carnegie Mellon University
Sonya Allin , Carnegie Mellon University
pp. 299

Handheld Haptics: A USB Media Controller with Force Sensing (Abstract)

Dinesh K. Pai , University of British Columbia
Michael J. Shaver , University of British Columbia
Karon E. MacLean , University of British Columbia
pp. 311

Human Kinematic Factor for Haptic Manipulation: The Wrist to Thumb (Abstract)

Keehoon Kim , Pohang University of Science and Technology
W. K. Chung , Pohang University of Science and Technology
Y. Youm , Pohang University of Science and Technology
pp. 319

TextureExplorer: A Tactile and Force Display for Virtual Textures (Abstract)

Masashi Shiratori , Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Technology
Yasushi Ikei , Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Technology
pp. 327

A Robotic Teacher of Chinese Handwriting (Abstract)

E. Burdet , National University of Singapore
Cl Teo , National University of Singapore
Hp Lim , National University of Singapore
pp. 335

Rotary Haptic Knob for Vehicular Instrument Controls (PDF)

Charles Wampler , General Motors R&D Center
Mircea Badescu , Rutgers University
Constantinos Mavroidis , Rutgers University
pp. 342

Simulated Interactive Needle Insertion (Abstract)

Simon P. DiMaio , University of British Columbia
S. E. Salcudean , University of British Columbia
pp. 344

Haptic Interface for Center-of-Workspace Interaction (PDF)

Rick Komerska , University of New Hampshire
Matthew Plumlee , University of New Hampshire
Colin Ware , University of New Hampshire
pp. 352

A Tactile Shape Display Using RC Servomotors (PDF)

S. J. Lederman , Queen's University
Robert D. Howe , Harvard University
Christopher R. Wagner , Harvard University
pp. 354

Author Index (PDF)

pp. 357
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