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virtual environment as a platform to study low level context cues examples on haptic cues
Virtual Environment as a Platform to Study Low-Level Context Cues – Examples on Haptic Cues
  • Circular Motion: Interactive associations between the feelings and controls of the magnitudes and directions of forces and the visual feedback of the real-time velocity and trajectory of the motion.
examples 1 d linear motion
Examples: 1-D Linear Motion
  • Major “Misconception” – “Motion indicates force”.Major “Hidden Misunderstanding” – Frictional force.
  • Interactive associations between the feelings and controls of the magnitudes and directions of the pushingforce on an object and the visual feedback of the real-time velocity of the motion as a result of the pushing force and a modifiable frictional force.

A force sensor and feedback device currently under development.

The VE activity for 1-D linear motion 

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