CHCI Playdate Using Robotic Platforms to provide Large Scale Haptics in VR
The ability to touch objects is an important contributor to immersion in virtual reality, however, no good solution exists for human-scale environments. The goal of the Virtual Touch project is to explore robotic systems that are able to provide on-demand haptic feedback to large structures in virtual reality. Join us on January 29 at 9am.
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Art and technology continually define and redefine our world. Art provides a powerful lens for viewing the world and opens up the possibilities to traverse domains, often in the most unexpected ways. Read more