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World Haptics Conference (2007)
Tsukuba, Japan
Mar. 22, 2007 to Mar. 24, 2007
ISBN: 0-7695-2738-8
pp: 21-26
Dan Morris , Stanford University
Hong Tan , Purdue University
Federico Barbagli , Stanford University
Timothy Chang , Stanford University
Kenneth Salisbury , Stanford University
This paper explores the use of haptic feedback to teach an abstract motor skill that requires recalling a sequence of forces. Participants are guided along a trajectory and are asked to learn a sequence of one-dimensional forces via three paradigms: haptic training, visual training, or combined visuohaptic training. The extent of learning is measured by accuracy of force recall. We find that recall following visuohaptic training is significantly more accurate than recall following visual or haptic training alone, although haptic training alone is inferior to visual training alone. This suggests that in conjunction with visual feedback, haptic training may be an effective tool for teaching sensorimotor skills that have a force-sensitive component to them, such as surgery. We also present a dynamic programming paradigm to align and compare spatiotemporal haptic trajectories
Force feedback, Haptic interfaces, Surgery, Shape, Force measurement, Education, Spatiotemporal phenomena, Virtual environment, Computer science, Laboratories

D. Morris, H. Tan, F. Barbagli, T. Chang and K. Salisbury, "Haptic Feedback Enhances Force Skill Learning," 2007 2nd Joint EuroHaptics Conference and Symposium on Haptic Interfaces for Virtual Environments and Teleoperator Systems(WHC), Tsukaba, 2007, pp. 21-26.
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