(Video) A Haptic Interface For Feeling Digital Objects

(Video) A Haptic Interface For Feeling Digital Objects
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A team at Japan's Gifu University have created a remarkable new way to interact with virtual objects.

Dan Gould
  • 2 july 2010

A team at Japan’s Gifu University have created a remarkable new way to interact with virtual objects. Their HIRO III system offers a way to touch and feel digital 3D elements.

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