Advances in Haptics
by Mehrdad Hosseini Zadeh
Publisher: InTech 2010
Number of pages: 732
Haptic technology enables computer users to touch or manipulate virtual or remote objects in virtual environments or tele-operation systems. In this book authors from around the world present the results of their research on various issues in the field of haptics.
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by Ernest Hall - InTech
The purpose of this volume is to inspire the continual invention of robot manipulators. The concept of eclecticism for the design, simulation and implementation of a real time controller for an intelligent, vision guided robots is now being explored.
by Marco Ceccarelli - InTech
Each chapter addresses a specific area of modeling, design, and application of robots but with an eye to give an integrated view of what make a robot a unique modern system for many different uses and future potential applications.
by K. Paul - Delmar Publishers
The book is intended to provide a meaningful experience in fabrication techniques for students of modern technology. The text is presented in an action oriented format combining features normally found in a textbook with those of a laboratory manual.
by L.P. Robertson, et al. - Delmar Publishers
This material is an introductory treatment of modern Mechanical Linkages, combining the elements of mechanical theory with those of practicality. The topics treated include various levers and four-bar configurations and some selected special topics.