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Touching Remotely – a reality for Virtual Reality (VR)

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Sense of touch is said to be unique when compared to the other sensors of the human. Action from the human and the reaction from the environment should be transmitted bidirectionally (bilaterally) if the touch sense to be effectively transmitted. Dr. Abeykoon will discuss about his research work of successfully transmitting the sense of touch. He will present examples from tele-surgery and tele-rehabilitation. He will further present about his research work related to other areas of robotics including, sound source localization, mobile robotics and haptic sensing. Speaker(s): Dr. Harsha Abeykoon, Room: 128, Bldg: School of Engineering, Technology and Aeronatics, 2500 North River Rd., Manchester, New Hampshire, United States, 03106

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