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Evaluation of Multi-sensory Feedback on the Usability of a Virtual Assembly Environment

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Evaluation of Multi-sensory Feedback on the Usability of a Virtual Assembly Environment
— Virtual assembly environment (VAE) technology has the great potential for benefiting the manufacturing applications in industry. Usability is an important aspect of the VAE. This paper presents the usability evaluation of a developed multi-sensory VAE. The evaluation is conducted by using its three attributes: (a) efficiency of use; (b) user satisfaction; and (c) reliability. These are addressed by using task completion times (TCTs), questionnaires, and human performance error rates (HPERs), respectively. A peg-in-a-hole and a Sener electronic box assembly task have been used to perform the experiments, using sixteen
Ying Zhang, Adrian R. L. Travis, Neil Collings
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Type Journal
Year 2007
Where JMM2
Authors Ying Zhang, Adrian R. L. Travis, Neil Collings
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