INTERFAZ HÁPTICA TIPO GUANTE CON REALIMENTACIÓN VIBRATORIA

Oscar Andrés Vivas Albán, Mónica Rocío Díaz Tribaldos, José Manuel Escobar Ocampo

Resumen


El presente artículo muestra el diseño y construcción de un guante háptico con realimentación vibratoria. El guante construido, llamado Virtual Touch, involucra sensores de flexión con el fin de captar en todo momento el movimiento realizado por la mano, así como pequeños motores de vibración que indican al usuario el contacto con un objeto virtual. Se implementaron dos tipos de software para manejar el dispositivo, primero que todo una aplicación en el ambiente ROS basado en Linux, y como segunda instancia una aplicación en Windows utilizando como motor de renderizado gráfico a VTK. Las dos aplicaciones muestran el guante virtual que sigue fielmente los movimientos de la mano real, además de que indican claramente el contacto con un objeto virtual. Además, en el caso de la aplicación realizada con VTK, se puede observar la deformación realizada sobre el objeto. Las aplicaciones futuras de este dispositivo son múltiples, entre ellas el diagnóstico médico. 


Palabras clave


Interfaces hápticas, guante háptico, realimentación vibratoria, diagnóstico virtual.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.24050/reia.v0i0.568

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