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학술지 Recent Advances and Opportunities of Active Materials for Haptic Technologies in Virtual and Augmented Reality
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저자
양태헌, 김진용, 진한빛, 길현재, 구정회, 김혜진
발행일
202109
출처
Advanced Functional Materials, v.31 no.39, pp.1-30
ISSN
1616-301X
출판사
Wiley
DOI
https://dx.doi.org/10.1002/adfm.202008831
협약과제
20HB3100, 고압전성 복합소재 및 초저전력 적층형 압전 센서/액추에이터 복합모듈 기술 개발, 김혜진
초록
Virtual reality and augmented reality (VR/AR) are evolving. The market demands and innovation efforts call for a shift in the key VR/AR technologies and engaging people virtually. Tele-haptics with multimodal and bilateral interactions are emerging as the future of the VR/AR industry. By transmitting and receiving haptic sensations wirelessly, tele-haptics allow human-to-human interactions beyond the traditional VR/AR interactions. The core technologies for tele-haptics include multimodal tactile sensing and feedback based on highly advanced sensors and actuators. Recent developments of haptic innovations based on active materials show that active materials can significantly contribute to addressing the needs and challenges for the current and future VR/AR technologies. Thus, this paper intends to review the current status and opportunities of active material-based haptic technology with a focus on VR/AR applications. It first provides an overview of the current VR/AR applications of active materials for haptic sensing and actuation. It then highlights the state-of-the-art haptic interfaces that are relevant to the materials with an aim to provide perspectives on the role of active materials and their potential integration in haptic devices. This paper concludes with the perspective and outlook of immersive multimodal tele-haptic interaction혻technologies.
키워드
active materials, bilateral, immersive, multimodal, tactile actuator, tele-haptic interaction, virtual and augmented reality
KSP 제안 키워드
AR applications, Active materials, Augmented reality(AR), Current status, Haptic Interaction, Haptic sensations, Haptic technology, Human-To-Human(H2H), Recent developments, Sensors and Actuators, Tactile Sensing