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Effects of Varied Human Movement Control on Task Performance and Feeling of Telepresence

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Effects of Varied Human Movement Control on Task Performance and Feeling of Telepresence
In a telemanipulation system a human operator controls a remotely located teleoperator by a human system interface. In this work the effects of varied human movement control on task performance and feeling of telepresence by using such systems are analyzed. While it is well known that humans are able to coordinate and integrate multiple degrees of freedom the focus of this work is on how humans utilize rotational degrees of freedom provided by a human system interface. For the analysis a telemanipulation experiment with varying freed degrees of freedom has been conducted. The results indicate that rotational movements are performed intuitively by the human operator without considering the efficiency of task performance.
Helena Pongrac, Angelika Peer, Berthold Färbe
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where HAPTICS
Authors Helena Pongrac, Angelika Peer, Berthold Färber, Martin Buss
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