Touch-based interactive NURBS Modeler using a Force/Position input glove / Thenkurussi Kesavadas
VR-based product maintenance training systems / Q. Peng ... [et al.]
Creating crane-based functionality in virtual environments to facilitate heavy machinery assembly studies / Tatsuki Mitsui
An efficient and scalable haptic modeling framework for needle-insertion simulation in percutaneous therapies training system / Jing Qin ... [et al.]
Virtual exercise environment for participation and adhenence of people with disabilities / P. Pat Banerjee and Cristian J. Luciano
Telerobotics technologies for virtual/remote manufacturing / D.J. Lee
Barriers to collaboration in global teams : a case study / Caroline Clarke Hayes.
This book will offer a quick overview of the most cutting-edge uses of the computer in engineering design, 'virtual testing', and 'virtual applications'. Readers will find clearly illustrated, well-documented case examples that help to bring the abstractions of computer simulation to meaningful practical reality. Contributing authors from a wide variety of engineering disciplines - from both academia and industry - will bring a full perspective to what is new in the use of computer-based engineering design. Readers will find: new case studies on virtual prototyping, virtual reality training systems; industrial maintenance, and virtual design for biomedical applications; breaking new developments on using touch-based computer tools like the 'virtual movement' glove; and, a novel study on use of virtual engineering for globally dispersed engineering teams on collaborative projects. (source: Nielsen Book Data)
[San Rafael, California] : Morgan & Claypool, 2017.
Book — 1 PDF (xxii, 123 pages).
List of FiguresList of FiguresList of TablesPrefacePrinciples, Background Theory, and ApplicationsSystem PrototypingEffects on Measurement AccuracyHeight Acquisition and Measurement AnalysisAbbreviationsAuthor's Biography.
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Micro-Electro-Mechanical-Systems (MEMS) sensors constitute perhaps the most exciting technology of our age. The present effort incorporates all the information needed byscientists and engineers who work on research projects and/or product systems, which apply to air pressure acquisition and to its rearrangement into altitude data. Some of the potential implementations of this method (regularly referred to as barometric altimetry) include, but are not limited to, Position Location Application, Navigation Systems, Clinical Monitoring Applications, and Aircraft Instrumentation.This book holds the key to such applications, providing readers with the theoretical basis as well as the practical perspective of the subject matter. At first, the reader is introduced to the background theory, methods, and applications of barometric altimetry. Thereafter, the book incorporates the development of wireless barometers and a (real time monitoring) wireless sensor network system for scheduling low-cost experimental observations. Finally, a deepened understanding to the analysis procedure of pressure measurements (using Matlab script code) is performed. (source: Nielsen Book Data)