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Immersive Multimodal Interactive Presence by Angelika Peer, Christos D. Giachritsis

By Angelika Peer, Christos D. Giachritsis

Immersive Multimodal Interactive Presence presents complex interdisciplinary ways that attach psychophysical and behavioral haptics learn with advances in haptic expertise and haptic rendering.

It gives you a precis of the consequences accomplished within the IMMERSENCE eu undertaking and contains chosen chapters by means of overseas researchers. prepared into components: I. Psychophysical and Behavioral foundation and II. know-how and Rendering, it really is a great instance of interdisciplinary examine directed in the direction of the development of multimodal immersive digital environments with specific specialise in haptic interplay.

The twelve chapters of the publication are grouped round 3 various situations representing sorts of interactions in digital environments: Person-Object (PO), Person-Object-Person (POP) and Person-Person (PP) interplay. contemporary result of psychophysical and behavioral reviews are pronounced besides new technological advancements for haptic monitors and novel haptic rendering techniques.

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Thus, peripheral sensory feedback increases which creates a drop of tactile sensitivity. The final control experiment allowed for the observation that EMG activity precedes the arm movement by the same time as a drop in tactile discrimination performance was observed to drop. Previous studies have shown that a suppression of afferent information during active movement precedes EMG onset, providing a hint for the dominant role of descending motor commands in generating presynaptic inhibition of afferent input [23].

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