Title of Lecture
Touching the Unreal: Exploring our Tactile Senses using Haptics
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Description of Lecture
From an early age, we explore the world around us using multiple senses: we see, taste, smell, and touch objects. Our bodies include a variety of sensors that make us feel alive and facilitate environmental exploration. Haptic systems (those relating to our tactile sense or touch) can stimulate this human tactile system based on computer-generated data, opening new communication channels among their users. Current technological advancements in haptic interfaces combine multiple modalities: tactile, visual and auditory. Dr. Hamza-Lup explores fundamentals of human sensation while highlighting several advanced, haptic-based interfaces and their applications ranging from surgical simulation to elementary training.
Hamza-Lup, Felix, "Touching the Unreal: Exploring our Tactile Senses using Haptics" (2019). Robert Ingram Strozier Lecture Series (1993-present). 48.
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