Quentin Parent is a sales engineer at Haption, and he talks about some of their force-feedback haptic devices that are used in different industry applications. These are haptic feedback systems are used to train astronauts, for nuclear training, as well as with other medical training applications. Some of these devices cost nearly $100k, and so they’re not really aiming for the consumer market. But it’s interesting to hear about how precisely these Haption devices can simulate rigid body interactions for industrial applications.
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