Development of Cost-Effective Virtual Reality Tools for Engineering Education. A. Tragler, L. Srinivasan, M. McLauren and D.W. Brenner Department of Materials Science and Engineering North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC Sponsors: National Science Foundation (DUE and DMR) Intel
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A. Tragler, L. Srinivasan, M. McLauren and D.W. Brenner
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC
R. Superfine, S. Washburn, Physics; R. Taylor, F. Brookes, Computer Science
Visual and tactile force-
feedback user interface
microscope tip position.
Current design: ~$100,000
SensAble Technologies (MIT student spin-off)
Premium 1.0 (~$15,000) Desktop ($9,950)
feel force and
User interface - dialog box with system choice
forces, and sphere
Dialog box with leading questions.
sample with haptic
feel stress, view
of behavior, leading
To be added:
Virtual reality technology:
Thanks again to
National Science Foundation, Intel, Microsoft