Auditory and Visual Properties in the Virtual Reality Using Haptic Device
The advantages of a system that uses virtual reality (VR) are that the software program can be changed to permit various types of technical training to be performed with a single device, and that the work environment can also be changed easily. Another advantage is that a network can be used to allow multiple users to train at different remote locations. An example of this phenomenon is the lag between video and sound in a network teleconference system. In an environment where latency exists, such a system cannot be said to be suitable as a technical training system, and this is a problem when using a VR system.
KeywordsVirtual Reality (VR) Network Visual Auditory Haptic
This work was supported by JSPS KAKENHI Grant Number 25350369.
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