Design of Portable and Accessible Platform in Charge of Wheelchair Feedback Immersion
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Rewarded at Laval Virtual 2014, the AccesSim project aims to develop a wheelchair simulator based on Virtual Reality (VR) and a dynamic force‐feedback platform, which allows to experience and to evaluate the accessibility in complex urban or property environment. In order to address this issue, the dynamic force-feedback platform should provide haptic and vestibular feedback to various user profiles: from town‐planners to wheelchair users. The platform needs to be modular and adjustable to each of these profiles. This article focuses on the dynamic force‐feedback platform and specifically on the force‐feedback systems used.
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