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Presentation 2011-03-08 13:45
Visual motion stimuli reduces the sensation of movement resistance induced by delayed visual feedback
Shinya Takamuku, Hiroaki Gomi (NTT) NC2010-171
Abstract (in Japanese) (See Japanese page) 
(in English) The stressful sensation of resistance induced by a delayed visual feedback is a major problem of visuomotor control via telecommunication network. In this study, we introduce our method which reduces this sense
of resistance associated with delayed visual feedback by showing visual motion stimuli on the users’ display. The method compensates for the delay by a new approach of modifying the users’ motion, and is easier to implement than a predictor display; the traditional solution for delay. We will introduce the effects of our method on a letter
writing task, and discuss the mechanism underlying the phenomena. Possibilities for modifying behavior under delayed conditions are also shown along with our future plans.
Keyword (in Japanese) (See Japanese page) 
(in English) delayed visual feedback / pseudo-haptics / manual following response / / / / /  
Reference Info. IEICE Tech. Rep., vol. 110, no. 461, NC2010-171, pp. 259-264, March 2011.
Paper # NC2010-171 
Date of Issue 2011-02-28 (NC) 
ISSN Print edition: ISSN 0913-5685  Online edition: ISSN 2432-6380
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Conference Information
Committee NC MBE  
Conference Date 2011-03-07 - 2011-03-09 
Place (in Japanese) (See Japanese page) 
Place (in English) Tamagawa University 
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Conference Code 2011-03-NC-MBE 
Language Japanese 
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Title (in English) Visual motion stimuli reduces the sensation of movement resistance induced by delayed visual feedback 
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Keyword(2) pseudo-haptics  
Keyword(3) manual following response  
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1st Author's Name Shinya Takamuku  
1st Author's Affiliation NTT Communication Science Labs (NTT)
2nd Author's Name Hiroaki Gomi  
2nd Author's Affiliation NTT Communication Science Labs (NTT)
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Date Time 2011-03-08 13:45:00 
Presentation Time 25 
Registration for NC 
Paper # IEICE-NC2010-171 
Volume (vol) IEICE-110 
Number (no) no.461 
Page pp.259-264 
#Pages IEICE-6 
Date of Issue IEICE-NC-2011-02-28 


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