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    Title: ELAXO:呈現多樣化手指抓握與旋轉之阻力回饋
    ELAXO: Rendering Versatile Resistive Force Feedback for Fingers Grasping and Twisting
    Authors: 張仲毅
    Zhang, Zhong-Yi
    Contributors: 蔡欣叡
    陶亞倫

    Tsai, Hsin-Ruey
    Tao, Ya-Lun

    張仲毅
    Zhang, Zhong-Yi
    Keywords: 觸覺回饋
    形狀渲染
    阻力回饋
    可穿戴設備
    虛擬現實
    Haptic feedback
    Shape rendering
    Resistive force feedback
    Wearable device
    Virtual reality
    Date: 2022
    Issue Date: 2022-10-05 09:26:49 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 觸覺回饋不僅增強了虛擬現實的沉浸感,還提供了專家在VR培訓中的觸覺提示,例如在VR工廠培訓中施多少力可以正確卡緊卡榫或鎖緊螺絲,這些回饋可以提高培訓效果表現。除了這些應用,VR環境中還存在著各種複雜的操作。儘管先前的研究已經實現了虛擬物體的形狀、彈性、按壓或抓握阻力的觸覺回饋,可是對於可穿戴設備的觸覺回饋裝置,很少討論或探索扭轉或轉動虛擬物體時的旋轉阻力。因此,我們提出了一種可穿戴設備ELAXO,將連續阻力和連續旋轉阻力相結合,分別在抓握和扭轉的應用中提供有彈性和沒有彈性的阻力。ELAXO是一種帶有指環、馬達煞車和彈力帶的外骨骼穿戴式裝置。馬達煞車實現了形狀模擬,並在阻力的有回彈力模式和無回彈力模式之間切換。可分離和可旋轉的指環和彈力帶在抓握和扭轉過程中提供連續的阻力。我們進行了一項Just-Noticeable Difference Study研究,以分別了解用戶在四種條件下對於阻力的可區分性,四個模式包含阻力和旋轉阻力,與分別有回彈力和無回彈力。然後進行了一項 VR體驗研究,以驗證 ELAXO 的多功能阻力回饋增強了 VR 體驗。
    Haptic feedback not only enhances immersion in virtual reality (VR) but also delivers experts’ haptic sensation tips in VR training, e.g., properly clamping a tenon and mortise joint or tightening a screw in the assembly of VR factory training, which could even im-prove the training performance. However, various and complicated manipulation is in different scenarios. Although haptic feedback of virtual objects’ shape, stiffness or resistive force in pressing or grasping is achieved by previous research, rotational resistive force when twisting or turning virtual objects is seldom discussed or explored, especially for a wearable device. Therefore, we propose a wearable device, ELAXO, to integrate continuous resistive force and continuous rotational resistive force with or without resilience in grasping and twisting, respectively. ELAXO is an exoskeleton with rings, mechanical brakes and elastic bands. The brakes achieve shape rendering and switch between with and without resilience modes for the resistive force. The detachable and rotatable rings and elastic bands render continuous resistive force in grasping and twisting. We conducted a just noticeable difference (JND) study to understand users’ distinguishability in the four conditions, resistive force and rotational resistive force with and without resilience, separately. A VR study was then performed to verify that the versatile resistive force feedback from ELAXO enhances the VR experiences.
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    109462016
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    DOI: 10.6814/NCCU202201579
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