5 DOF Force Feedback Using the 3DOF Phantom and a 2DOF Device

Andrew Mor
Proceedings of the Third PHANTOM Users Group Workhop, December, 1998.


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Abstract
This paper describes the development of a 5 active degree of freedom haptic interface intended for arthroscopic surgery simulation. Arthroscopic surgery is an increasingly common surgery for which more advanced training methods would prove very useful. The interface, a 2 DOF planar device which supplements a 3 degree of freedom device, can apply general forces and moments in all directions, except moments about the tool handle axis.

Keywords
Haptic, Human Computer Interface

Notes
Number of pages: 4

Text Reference
Andrew Mor, "5 DOF Force Feedback Using the 3DOF Phantom and a 2DOF Device," Proceedings of the Third PHANTOM Users Group Workhop, December, 1998.

BibTeX Reference
@inproceedings{Mor_1998_2655,
   author = "Andrew Mor",
   editor = "Salisbury, JK and Srinivasan, MA",
   title = "5 DOF Force Feedback Using the 3DOF Phantom and a 2DOF Device",
   booktitle = "Proceedings of the Third PHANTOM Users Group Workhop",
   publisher = "MIT AI Laboratory",
   month = "December",
   year = "1998",
   volume = "1643",
}