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    • Haptic Technologies
      Alec Truswell
    • So What are Haptic Technologies?
      Haptic technology is a technology that senses touch to allow the user to control the technology/device. Some uses include controlling virtual objects, and enhancing remote control machines.
      In computer games joysticks and steering wheels are examples of haptic technologies used to control virtual objects.
      Companies such as LG and Motorola are companies that use haptic technologies in their phones
    • Current applications for haptic technologies
      Computer games
      Personal computers
      Teleoperators and simulators
      Mobile technologies
      Virtual reality
      Robotics
      Arts and design
    • Phantom OMNI
      This device is called the Phantom OMNI made by Sensable. It allows the user to control/manipulate and touch virtual objects.
    • Omega.7
      The following device is called the Omega.7. It is a versatile haptic device that enables instinctive interaction with complex haptic applications. It is currently used in the aerospace and medical industries.
    • HapticTelexistence glove
      The hapticTelexistence glove is to be able to simulate the feeling of touching virtual objects and allow you to touch them
      For example touching a fabric would actually give the feeling of a fabric or shaking someone’s hand from another country.
    • The End