Virtual instrumentation

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Virtual instrumentation

  1. 1. ‘HAPTIC’  HAPTIC :having to do with sense of touch.  HAPTIC :also known as force-feedback technology  Why use touch? 1. natural 2. Fast 3. Good for building up mental picture of 3D objects. 4. Exploration.
  2. 2. GROUPS OF RECEPTORS Sense of touch has 2 groups of receptors  Kinesthetic  Tactile
  3. 3. Location of Receptors  Kinesthetic – tendons, muscles and articular joints  Tactile- dermis & epidermis
  4. 4. Architecture for Haptic feedback
  5. 5. Haptic Devices
  6. 6. Medical training applications
  7. 7. Prostate Cancer  Improves Brachytheraphy by increasing seed distribution accuracy.
  8. 8. Stroke Patients Patients interact with virtual worlds by feel.
  9. 9. Minimally Invasive surgery  Measures forces and torques.  Determines Dof forces.
  10. 10. Immersion:  Mobiles –more useful.  Games –more electrifying.  Automobile controls- more intuitive.  Medical training simulators-more effective.
  11. 11. Torch for BLIND
  12. 12. Virtual Brailee Display: (vdb)
  13. 13. CONCLUSION:  Future for online computing & E- commerce.  Part of a Person’s normal computer interaction.

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