Who doesn’t like these cool Novint Falcon haptic devices? …or the Skull Jigsaw (simulation/game) that I developed.
An article in CityMag:
Future learning at solar car finish line
Flinders University researcher Dr Greg Ruthenbeck, from the School of Computer Science, Engineering and Mathematics, says haptic technology can provide hands-on learning with computer-based simulations and games for better learning – from the workplace to the surgical operating theatre of the future.
“For example, this 3D mouse recreates the sense of touch by providing precise force feedback to the user’s hand. This can be used in many ways, including teaching medical students how to perform delicate surgeries,” he says.