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 14th Symposium On Haptic Interfaces For Virtual Environment And Teleoperator Systems

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Date posted: 24/07/2005

25-26 March 2006

A part of the larger IEEE Virtual Reality 2006 conference, held at
Hilton Alexandria Mark Center, Arlington, Virginia, USA

Haptic interfaces are devices that allow human-machine interaction through force and touch. Areas of application include, but are by no means limited to:

Telemanipulation - for work in hazardous or challenging environments such as

* Space exploration
* Undersea operations
* Microsurgery and minimally-invasive surgery
* Hazardous waste clean-up

Virtual environments - for realistic interactions with computer simulations in

* Critical procedure training
* Architectural design
* Product prototyping
* Data visualization
* Human Computer Interaction

This symposium aims to bring together the diverse disciplines that will contribute to future advances in this field, including biomechanics, psychology, neurophysiology, engineering, and computer science. Topics of interest include, and are not limited to:

* Human factors
* Psychophysics and perception
* Biomechanics and motor control
* Mechanism design
* Control system design and analysis
* Dynamics
* Haptic rendering and world modeling algorithms

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