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Poster Communications Year : 2021

WeATaViX: Wearable Actuated Tangibles for Virtual Reality Experiences

Abstract

This demo presents the WeATaViX: a wearable haptic interface for natural manipulation of tangible objects in Virtual Reality (VR). The device uses an interaction concept between encounter-type and tangible haptics, bringing a tangible object in and out of contact with a user's palm, allowing rendering of making and breaking of contact with virtual objects, as well as grasping and manipulation. The demo places the user in a virtual orchard in which they can experience the availability of tangible counterparts to any grasped interactible object in the virtual environment, as they pick and place apples, play fetch with a virtual dog and his ball, and even actuate the virtual handle of a juice machine preparing fresh virtual organic apple juice.
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hal-03232046 , version 1 (21-05-2021)

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  • HAL Id : hal-03232046 , version 1

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Thomas Howard, Xavier de Tinguy, Guillaume Gicquel, Maud Marchal, Anatole Lécuyer, et al.. WeATaViX: Wearable Actuated Tangibles for Virtual Reality Experiences. WHC 2021 - IEEE World Haptics Conference, Jul 2021, Montréal / Virtual, Canada. , pp.1. ⟨hal-03232046⟩
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