By Astrid M. L. Kappers, Jan B. F. van Erp, Wouter M. Bergmann Tiest, Frans C. T. van der Helm
This booklet constitutes the court cases of the convention on Haptics: producing and Perceiving Tangible Sensations, held in Amsterdam, Netherlands in July 2010.
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35–42, 2010. c Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2010 36 N. Venant et al. functions of action and force detection. To the contrary, the tuning fork can distinguish these two functions thanks to its high spring constant and the very small oscillations necessary for the detection (see Sect. 3). Thanks to our custom-made interface, teleoperations in 1D, 2D and 3D are available via the coupling of real measurements with basic virtual information. 2 Description of the Multisensorial Haptic Interface For teleoperation action at the micro and nanoscale, the user controls the position of one or two AFM probes (see Fig.
In , a method is introduced to derive analytical expressions for the spring coefficients of a particle model based on a reference FE model. This paper presents a novel approach for the realistic particle-based simulation of hyper-viscoelastic organ behavior. L. Kappers et al. ): EuroHaptics 2010, LNCS 6191, Part I, pp. 23–28, 2010. B. Baran and C. Basdogan on matching the visual response of a particle model to that of the corresponding FE model, but not the strain- and time-dependent force responses.
From the resulting double information on the tip-sample interaction, a 3D reconstruction of the force field can be computed based on the approach implemented by Onal and Sitti  for a contact mode configuration with an AFM cantilever. 4 Real Time Control The system setup supports two independent calculation systems as illustrated in Fig. 2. They are connected by an analogue signal (Frequency Shift). The first system is a PLL from the commercial Nanonis electronics that is composed of a National Instruments FPGA card running at 5MHz.
Haptics: Generating and Perceiving Tangible Sensations: International Conference, EuroHaptics 2010, Amsterdam, July 2010, Proceedings Part 1 by Astrid M. L. Kappers, Jan B. F. van Erp, Wouter M. Bergmann Tiest, Frans C. T. van der Helm