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    Title: Guidance++: 透過呈現手腕戳動回饋達成六自由度導引
    Guidance++: Rendering Poking Feedback on a Wrist for 6DoF Guidance
    Authors: 蔣翊亭
    Chiang, Yi-Ting
    Contributors: 蔡欣叡
    陶亞倫

    Tsai, Hsin-Ruey
    Tao, Ya-Lun

    蔣翊亭
    Chiang, Yi-Ting
    Keywords: 觸感回饋
    力回饋
    操作性導引
    力導引
    虛擬實境
    穿戴式裝置
    Haptic feedback
    Force feedback
    Manipulation guidance
    Force guidance
    Virtual reality
    Wearable device
    Date: 2022
    Issue Date: 2022-10-05 09:27:05 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 觸覺引導在虛擬實境(VR)中的遠端協作或是導引中,是可以與視覺導引結合或是互補的。
    為了實現手部的複雜操作性甚至是軌跡導引,需要一個不會佔用操作、在平移和旋轉方向均可以直覺且無需複雜的觸覺模式呈現高自由度的非手持式導引裝置。
    然而,現有的導引方式不是利用耗費心力的觸覺模式去呈線,就是在平移和旋轉方向上均無法呈現出高自由度。
    因此,我們提出了Guidance++,一個基於手腕、透過戳動回饋以呈現出平移和旋轉方向的六自由度導引的輕型裝置。
    藉由模擬現實世界中有人戳動、搬動、劃動其手腕的觸覺回饋,戳動裝置會沿著腕帶去移動,並且藉戳角的傾斜以呈現出六自由度的戳動指示。
    我們進行了導引實驗,分別針對軌跡和旋轉導引的能力以及表現進行評估。
    此外,我們進行了VR實驗,以觀察並且展示Guidance++如何引導使用者完成由一系列有順序的步驟所構成的操作性任務。
    In telecollaboration or guidance in virtual reality (VR), haptic guidance could be combined and complemented with visual guidance.
    To achieve sophisticated manipulation or even trajectory guidance on a hand, a hands-free guidance device, not occupying manipulation, with high degrees-of-freedom (DoF) for both translation and rotation directions while without complicated haptic patterns for intuition is required.
    However, the current guidance methods either leverage haptic patterns increasing mental efforts or do not achieve such high DoF for both translation and rotation directions.
    Therefore, we propose a lightweight wrist-worn device, Guidance++, to render 6DoF poking guidance cues in translation and rotation directions.
    Guidance++ consists of a wristband and two poking sets with two tiltable tactors on each poking set.
    The poking sets move along the wristband and tilt the tactors to render poking cues in 6DoF as being poked by others in the real world.
    We conducted a guidance study to evaluate the performance in trajectory and rotation guidance, separately.
    Furthermore, we performed a VR experience study to observe and show how Guidance++ guides users in manipulation tasks, consisting of a sequence of steps.
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    Description: 碩士
    國立政治大學
    數位內容碩士學位學程
    109462019
    Source URI: http://thesis.lib.nccu.edu.tw/record/#G0109462019
    Data Type: thesis
    DOI: 10.6814/NCCU202201634
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