It remains a challenging problem to simulate the haptic interaction between the fluid and deformable objects due to the inho - mogeneity of the deformable object. In this paper, we present a novel position-based haptic interaction method to tackle this problem. On the one hand, according to the inhomogeneity of the deformable object, we calculate the properties of different regions of the deformable object and then evaluate its haptic force so as to make the results more realistic. On the other hand, to preserve more details of haptic feedback forces, we especially incorporate the calculation of buoyancy, pressure, viscous force and elastic force into our framework and design a novel integration scheme for assembling such forces. Moreover, by respecting the influence from fluid viscosity, our method can obtain different haptic force feedback for fluids of different viscosities. Various experiments validated our new method. Keywords Haptic rendering · Fluid · Deformable objects · Force feedback 1 Introduction problem is challenging due to the inhomogeneity of the deformable object, i.e., different regions of the deformable Touch is one of the main channels of sensation of human object show different properties and the deformable solid has beings, which is the basic channel of human interaction
Virtual Reality – Springer Journals
Published: May 28, 2018
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