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A Seminar

On

HAPTIC TECHNOLOGY
(Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the award of degree of Bachelor of
Technology in Mechanical Engineering)

BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY
In

Electronics & Telecommunication


Submitted by

MANISHA MOHANTY
(1301221010)

Under the guidance of

Ms. Jasmin Dhurua

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS &


TELECOMMUNICATION
GHANASHYAM HEMALATA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND
MANAGEMENT

CERTIFICATE

I hereby certify that the work which is being presented in the B.Tech.
Seminar Report entitled HAPTIC TECHNOLOGY ,in practical
fulfillment of the requirements for the award of the Bachelor of
Technology in Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering and
submitted to the Department of Electronics & Telecommunication
Engineering GHITM, Puri is an authentic record of my own seminar
work carried out during a period of 2016-17(7th semester) under the
guidance of Asst.Prof.Ms.Jasmin Dhurua, ETC Department. The
matter presented in this Report has not been submitted by me for the
award of any other degree elsewhere.
Signature of Student
Manisha Mohanty
(1301221010)
This is to certify that the above statement made by the student is
corrected to the best of our knowledge.
Signature of Guide
Asst.Prof.Ms.Jasmin Dhurua
Date- 14 September 2016
Head of Department
Electronics & Tele Communication Engineering

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

I would like to place on record my deep sense of gratitude to


Asst.Prof.Mr.

Subrat

Kumar

Sahu,

HOD-Dept.

of

Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering, GHITM,


Puri, for his generous guidance, help and useful suggestions.

I express my sincere gratitude to Asst.Prof.Ms.Jasmin Dhurua,


dept of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering,
GHITM, Puri, for her stimulation guidance, continuous
encouragement and guidance of seminar work. I also wish to
extend my thanks to all for their insightful comments and
constructive suggestions to improve the quality of seminar work.

Signature of Student
Manisha Mohanty
(1301221010)

ABSTRACT

Haptic technology, or haptics, is a tactile feedback


technology which takes advantage of a user's sense of touch
by applying forces, vibrations, and/or motions upon the
user. This mechanical stimulation may be used to assist in
the creation of virtual objects, for control of such virtual
objects, and for the enhancement of the remote control of
machines and devices. Haptic may refer to haptic
technology, haptic communication, haptic perception.
Haptic technology interfaces with the user through the
sense of touch. Here, in this paper distinct property of
haptic interfaces, that provides simultaneous exchange of
information between a user and a machine is discussed as
well as paper proceeds with a description of the
components of haptic devices and use of haptics in our
daily life.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Topic Name
CHAPTER 1

CHAPTER 2

CHAPTER 3

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1.1Introduction

1.2History

2 .1 Working of Haptics

2.2 Virtual Reality

2.3Haptic Feedback

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3.1Haptic Devices

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3.1.1Exoskeletons and Stationary device

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3.1.2Gloves and wearable devices

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3.1.3Point-sources and Specific task device

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3.1.4Locomotion Interfaces

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3.2.1 Force FeedBack

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3.2.2 Talic Display Device

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CHAPTER 4

4.1 Haptic Applications

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CHAPTER 5

5.1 Advantages

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5.2 Limitations

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Future Scopes

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CHAPTER 6
CONCLUSION

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REFERENCES

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LIST OF FIGURES
Figure Title

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Figure 1: Basic configuration of Haptics

Figure 2: The sensation of touch through Virtual Reality

Figure 3: Getting to Grips with Haptic

Figure 4: Block diagram of Haptic Feedback

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Figure 5: Exoskeleton

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Figure 6: Gloves Device

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Figure 7: Phantom Device

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Figure 8: Haptic Joy Stick

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