Development of a Virtual Reality Environment for Exploring Haptic Interaction through a Wearable Sensor Glove

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An increasing number of applications in entertainment, medicine, retail, research, and education have begun utilizing Mixed Reality (MR) systems. However, the interaction of humans with MR environments still needs to be explored and studied in detail. To this end, we have developed a wearable sensor glove which allows tracking the motion of the human hand and also providing pseudo haptic and haptic feedback. In this project, we plan to develop an environment in Unity and an experimental design that will facilitate exploration of interactions between the user and virtual environments through a bi-directional interface.

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M.Sc. M. Ege Cansev

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter

Department of Electrical-Electronic-Communication Engineering
Chair of Autonomous Systems and Mechatronics