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Stereo advantage for a peg-in-hole task using a force-feedback manipulatorAn improved assessment methodology has been implemented at NOSC and tested using an instrumented peg-in-hole (PiH) taskboard. Several aspects of the methodology are discussed in light of their implications for future studies of manipulator performance. Using a simple (but high-fidelity) force-feedback manipulator, a group of 9 trained operators showed a consistent advantage for stereoscopic TV viewing over monoscopic TV viewing when performing the PiH task. To introduce a controlled element of spatial uncertainty into the testing procedure, taskboard orientation relative to the manipulator and remote video camera head was changed in a randomized order on a trial-by-trial basis. The stereoscopic advantage demonstrated by this study can reasonably be expected to be even more pronounced as the quality of the stereo TV interface is improved and force-feedback provided through the manipulator system is diminished and/or distorted.
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Conference Paper
Spain, Edward H.
(U.S. Navy, Naval Ocean Systems Center Kailua, HI, United States)
Date Acquired
August 15, 2013
Publication Date
January 1, 1990
Subject Category
Man/System Technology And Life Support
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