Texture Swimming is an unnatural motion in unmoving textures as they are rotated or zoom into the distance. The eye starts seeing patterns and swirls that are not really there. The cause is computationally cheap (and shabby) texture interpolation. It is correctable with perspective correction.
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Haptics is the study of the sense of touch. There are many parts to touch, and five different types of touch nerve in the nervous system. Here, we look at what goes into detecting texture, how the nerves work, and some initial attempts to interface with them for VR.
Tangent space is sometimes called texture space. It is the co-ordinate systems for one face of any 3D skinned model. Use of tangent space, which this tutorial covers, is necessary to properly map a texture onto part of a 3D shape.
Novint Falcon is a commercial grade haptics unit. Essentially, it is a 3D joystick that responds with the full range of force: Weight, shape, texture, dimension, dynamics and force effects.
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The kinky motion of a primitive spiral-shaped bacterium in fluid could help design efficient swimming micro-robots of the future, according to a study by a team of UConn researchers.
Professors Greg Huber and Charles Wolgemut...
A thin-film pressure sensor made of semiconducting nanoparticles detects differences in texture down to the level felt by the human fingertip, an order of magnitude over current generation touch sensors.
This will initially b...
Tao Mei of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, and colleagues from the University of Science and Technology of China have created a three millimetre long, triangular, swimming robot. Propelled by a tiny electromagnetic drive, its desi...
A 10-year-old girl has been saved from drowning by Poseidon. Not the deity of the sea, but a ?65,000 sensor net, deployed across a swimming pool floor.
The girl lost consciousness for an unknown reason shortly after entering...
Researchers at the University of Bath have used nature for inspiration in designing a new type of swimming robot which could bring a breakthrough in submersible technology.
Conventional submarine robots are powered by propell...