5-Finger Exoskeleton for Assembly Training in Augmented Reality
This paper proposes an augmented reality based exoskeleton for virtual object assembly training. This proposed hand exoskeleton consists of 9 DOF joints which can provide force feedback to all 5 fingers at the same time. This device has ability to simulate shape, size, and weight of the virtual objects. In this augmented reality system, user can assembly virtual objects in real workspace which is superimposed with computer graphics information. During virtual object assembly training, user can receive force feedback which is synchronized with physics simulation. Since this proposed system can provide both visual and kinesthesia senses, it will help the users to improve their assembly skills effectively.
KeywordsExoskeleton Device Augment Reality Force Feedback
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