“HaptoCloneAR: Mutual Haptic-Optic Interactive System with 2D Image Superimpose” by Yoshida, Horiuchi, Inoue, Makino and Shinoda

  • ©Kentaro Yoshida, Yuuki Horiuchi, Seki Inoue, Yasutoshi Makino, and Hiroyuki Shinoda


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    HaptoCloneAR: Mutual Haptic-Optic Interactive System with 2D Image Superimpose



    In our previous study called HaptoClone, a user can interact with optically copied objects from the adjacent workspace with haptic feedback. In this study, we added two displays and two half mirrors in the system, so that users can see and touch not only cloned real objects but also 2D superimposed virtual screens. This system enables users to experience more various contents such as a videophone, fighting games, and other entertainments so called AR (Augmented Reality) or MR (Mixed Reality) with haptic feedback.


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