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A Real-Time Haptic/Graphic Demonstration of how Error Augmentation can Enhance Learning

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A Real-Time Haptic/Graphic Demonstration of how Error Augmentation can Enhance Learning
– We developed a real-time controller for a 2 degree-of-freedom robotic system using xPC Target. This system was used to investigate how different methods of performance error feedback can lead to faster and more complete motor learning in individuals asked to compensate for a novel visuo-motor transformation (a 30 degree rotation). Four groups of human subjects were asked to reach with their unseen arm to visual targets surrounding a central starting location. A cursor tracking hand motion was provided during each reach. For one group of subjects, deviations from the “ideal” compensatory hand movement (i.e. trajectory errors) were amplified with a gain of 2 whereas another group was
Yejun Wei, James L. Patton, Preeti Bajaj, Robert S
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where ICRA
Authors Yejun Wei, James L. Patton, Preeti Bajaj, Robert Scheidt
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