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Haptic Interfaces for Virtual Environment and Teleoperator Systems, International Symposium on (2004)
Chicago, Illinois, USA
Mar. 27, 2004 to Mar. 28, 2004
ISSN: Pending
ISBN: 0-7695-2112-6
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction

Preface (PDF)

pp. ix
Session I: Rendering I

Haptic Rendering of Rigid Body Collisions (Abstract)

Elizabeth A. Croft , University of British Columbia
Daniela Constantinescu , University of British Columbia
Septimiu E. Salcudean , University of British Columbia
pp. 2-8

Simulating Human Fingers: A Soft Finger Proxy Model and Algorithm (Abstract)

Kenneth Salisbury , Stanford University
Massimo Bergamasco , PERCRO - Scuola Superiore S.Anna
Federico Barbagli , Stanford University and DII - University of Siena
Antonio Frisoli , PERCRO - Scuola Superiore S.Anna
pp. 9-17

Toward Event-Based Haptics: Rendering Contact Using Open-Loop Force Pulses (Abstract)

Günter Niemeyer , Stanford University
Michael D. Williams , Stanford University
Jesse D. Hwang , Stanford University
pp. 24-31

Compliant Background Subration Algorithms for Tactile Rendering (Abstract)

Christopher R. Wagner , Harvard University
Robert D. Howe , Harvard University
Camilla K. L. Lau , Harvard University
pp. 32-39

Haptic Display of Contact Location (Abstract)

Katherine J. Kuchenbecker , Stanford University
William R. Provancher , Stanford University
Günter Niemeyer , Stanford University
Mark R. Cutkosky , Stanford University
pp. 40-47
Session II: Devices

VisPad: A Novel Device for Vibrotactile Force Feedback (Abstract)

Alex Pang , University of California at Santa Cruz
Doanna Weissgerber , University of California at Santa Cruz
Bruce Bridgeman , University of California at Santa Cruz
pp. 50-57

ViSHaRD10, A Novel Hyper-Redundant Haptic Interface (Abstract)

Nico Mock , Technische Universität Berlin
Marc Ueberle , Technische Universität Berlin
Martin Buss , Technische Universität München
pp. 58-65

Low Cost Actuator and Sensor for High-Fidelity Haptic Interfaces (Abstract)

Dale A. Lawrence , University of Colorado
Andrew C. White , University of Colorado
Lucy Y. Pao , University of Colorado
Wiebin Xu , University of Colorado
pp. 74-81

Development of a Tactile Vest (Abstract)

Lynette A. Jones , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Brett Lockyer , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Mealani Nakamura , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
pp. 82-89

Multi Primitive Tactile Display Based on Suction Pressure Control (Abstract)

Naoya Asamura , University of Tokyo
Hiroyuki Shinoda , University of Tokyo
Yasutoshi Makino , University of Tokyo
pp. 90-97
Session III: Applications

Product Prototyping and Manufacturing Planning with 5-DOF Haptic Sculpting and Dexel Volume Updating (Abstract)

Yuan-Shin Lee , North Carolina State University
Weihang Zhu , North Carolina State University
pp. 98-105

Group Synchronization Control for Haptic Media in Networked Virtual Environments (Abstract)

Takahiko Hasegawa , Nagoya Institute of Technology
Shuji Tasaka , Nagoya Institute of Technology
Yutaka Ishibashi , Nagoya Institute of Technology
pp. 106-113

Cooperative Manipulation between Humans and Teleoperated Agents (Abstract)

Marcia O'Malley , Rice University
Robert Ambrose , NASA Johnson Space Center
William Bluethmann , NASA Johnson Space Center
John Glassmire , Rice University
pp. 114-120

Teleoperation with Sensor/Actuator Asymmetry: Task Performance with Partial Force Feedback (Abstract)

Masaya Kitagawa , Johns Hopkins University
Wagahta Semere , Johns Hopkins University
Allison M. Okamura , Johns Hopkins University
pp. 121-127

Physics-Based Burr Haptic Simulation: Tuning and Evaluation (Abstract)

G. Zanetti , POLARIS
B. Picasso , University of Cagliari
A. Giachetti , POLARIS
G. J. Brelstaff , POLARIS
M. Agus , POLARIS
A. Zorcolo , POLARIS
E. Gobbetti , POLARIS
S. Sellari Franceschini , University of Pisa
pp. 128-135
Session IV: Psychophysics I

Two Experiments on the Perception of Slip at the Fingertip (Abstract)

Peter Vishton , Northwestern University
Mark Salada , Northwestern University
J. Edward Colgate , Northwestern University
Eviatar Frankel , Northwestern University
pp. 146-153

Force Variability during Surface Contact with Bare Finger or Rigid Probe (Abstract)

R. D. Howe , Harvard University
C. Hamilton , Queen?s University
S. J. Lederman , Queen?s University
R. L. Klatzky , Carnegie Mellon University
pp. 154-160

Judging 2D versus 3D Square-Wave Virtual Gratings (Abstract)

Hami Kazerooni , University of California at Berkeley
Peter P. Ho , University of California at Berkeley
Bernard D. Adelstein , NASA Ames Research Center
pp. 176-183
Session V: Psychophysics II

The Haptic Profile: Capturing the Feel of Switches (Abstract)

Matthew Johnston , Ford Motor Company
Michael Peshkin , Northwestern University
James Rankin , Ford Motor Company
David W. Weir , Northwestern University
Pietro Buttolo , Ford Motor Company
J. Edward Colgate , Northwestern University
pp. 186-193

Force Field Training to Facilitate Learning Visual Distortions: A "Sensory Crossover" Experiment (Abstract)

Yejun Wei , Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago
James L. Patton , Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago and Northwestern University
pp. 194-199

Haptic Feedback Improves Manual Excitation of a Sprung Mass (Abstract)

R. Brent Gillespie , University of Michigan
Art Kuo , University of Michigan
Felix Huang , University of Michigan
pp. 200-207

A Study of Haptic Linear and Pie Menus in a 3D Fish Tank VR Environment (Abstract)

Colin Ware , University of New Hampshire
Rick Komerska , University of New Hampshire
pp. 224-231
Session VI: Rendering II

Extending the Friction Cone Algorithm for Arbitrary Polygon Based Haptic Objects (Abstract)

W. S. Harwin , University of Reading
N. Melder , University of Reading
pp. 234-241

Multiple-Contact Representation for the Real-Time Volume Haptic Rendering of a Non-Rigid Object (Abstract)

Dong-Soo Kwon , Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Sang-Youn Kim , Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
pp. 242-249

AudioHaptics: Audio and Haptic Rendering Based on a Physical Model (Abstract)

Hiroaki Yano , University of Tsukuba
Koichi Muzutani , University of Tsukuba
Toshihiro Kameda , University of Tsukuba
Hiromi Igawa , University of Tsukuba
pp. 250-257

Height Field Haptics (Abstract)

Kristin Potter , University of Utah
David Johnson , University of Utah
Elaine Cohen , University of Utah
pp. 258-265

Haptic Simulation of Linear Elastic Media with Fluid Pockets (Abstract)

Joseph Yan , University of British Columbia
Septimiu E. Salcudean , University of British Columbia
Andrew H. Gosline , University of British Columbia
pp. 266-271
Session VII: Posters and Demonstrations

Haptic Overlay Device for Flat Panel Touch Displays (PDF)

Kevin Tuer , Handshake Interactive Technologies Inc.
Joseph Shu , Handshake Interactive Technologies Inc.
David Wang , Handshake Interactive Technologies Inc.
Mauro Rossi , Handshake Interactive Technologies Inc.
pp. 290

Conducting a Real-Time Remote Handshake with Haptics (PDF)

Liya Ni , Handshake Interactive Technologies Inc.
Kevin Tuer , Handshake Interactive Technologies Inc.
David Wang , Handshake Interactive Technologies Inc.
Pino Porciello , Handshake Interactive Technologies Inc.
pp. 291

Identification Friend or Foe Application Demonstrating Effects of Haptics and Time Delay (PDF)

Joseph Shu , Handshake Interactive Technologies Inc.
Kevin Tuer , Handshake Interactive Technologies Inc.
David Wang , Handshake Interactive Technologies Inc.
Mauro Rossi , Handshake Interactive Technologies Inc.
pp. 292

Adding Interactivity: Active Touch in Broadcast Media (PDF)

Sile O?Modhrain , Media Lab Europe
Ian Oakley , Media Lab Europe
pp. 293-294

On the Use of Meshfree Methods and a Geometry Based Surgical Cutting in Multimodal Medical Simulations (Abstract)

Yi-Je Lim , Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Suvranu De , Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
pp. 295-301

Operating-System Induced Jitter in Force Display Computations (Abstract)

A. E. Kirkpatrick , Simon Fraser University
Jason Sze , Simon Fraser University
pp. 302-309

Food Texture Display (Abstract)

Takahiro Uemura , University of Tsukuba
Hiroaki Yano , University of Tsukuba
Tetsuro Moriya , University of Tsukuba
Hiroo Iwata , University of Tsukuba
pp. 310-315

Performance Analysis of Steady-Hand Teleoperation versus Cooperative Manipulation (Abstract)

Allison M. Okamura , Johns Hopkins University
Izukanne Emeagwali , Johns Hopkins University
Jake J. Abbott , Johns Hopkins University
Panadda Marayong , Johns Hopkins University
pp. 316-322

Deformation Resistance in Soft Tissue Cutting: A Parametric Study (Abstract)

Alan C. W. Lau , Drexel University
Teeranoot Chanthasopeephan , Drexel University
Jaydev P. Desai , Drexel University
pp. 323-330

Haptic Rendering with Predictive Representation of Local Geometry (Abstract)

June Gyu Park , Stanford University
Günter Niemeyer , Stanford University
pp. 331-338

Multisensory Learning Cues Using Analytical Collision Detection between a Needle and a Tube (Abstract)

F Wang , National University of Singapore
T Poston , Johns Hopkins Singapore
C L. Teo , National University of Singapore
E Burdet , National University of Singapore
K M. Lim , National University of Singapore
pp. 339-346

Energy Bounding Algorithm Based-on Passivity Theorem for Stable Haptic Interaction Control (Abstract)

Jeha Ryu , Kwang-Ju Institute of Science and Technology
Jong-Phil Kim , Kwang-Ju Institute of Science and Technology
pp. 351-357

Assembling Virtual Fixtures for Guidance in Training Environments (Abstract)

Frank Henigman , Simon Fraser University
Christine L. MacKenzie , Simon Fraser University
Shahram Payandeh , Simon Fraser University
Alex B. Kuang , Simon Fraser University
Bin Zheng , Simon Fraser University
pp. 367-374

Haptic Discrimination of Perturbing Fields and Object Boundaries (Abstract)

Vikram S. Chib , Northwestern University
Kevin M. Lynch , Northwestern University
James L. Patton , Northwestern University
Ferdinando A. Mussa-Ivaldi , Northwestern University
pp. 375-382

Real Time Platform Middleware for Transparent Prototyping of Haptic Applications (Abstract)

George Pava , University of British Columbia
Karon E. MacLean , University of British Columbia
pp. 383-390

Vibrotactile Letter Reading Using a Low-Resolution Tactor Array (Abstract)

Robert W. Lindeman , George Washington University and ATR
Mitsuhiro Kakita , ATR and Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Yuichiro Kume , Tokyo Polytechnic University and ATR
pp. 400-406

Impact of Haptic Warning Signal Reliability in a Time-and-Safety-Critical Task (Abstract)

Karon E. MacLean , University of British Columbia
Mario Enriquez , University of British Columbia
pp. 407-414
Author Index

Author Index (PDF)

pp. 415-417
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