Towards Finding the Impact of Kinetic Information on Short Term Memory based Task

Year : 2023 | Volume : 14 | Issue : 01 | Page : 1-8
By

    CHANDAN SHEIKDER

  1. Research Scholar, Department of Mechatronic Engineering, Hebei University of Technology,, Tianjin, China

Abstract

The main objective of this report is to discover whether haptic data have an effect on the retention of a directive to choose a place
scattered on a 2D plane. The necessity for a feasible workshop for the cell manufacturing line in plant assembly led to the idea. We created an
organized viscuo-haptic training model that covered a grown-up arm’s workstation and used three different Ways to change the extent of
preparation of perception data that delivered to the trainees. Graphical presentation with endorsement and graphical presentation with haptic
guiding were the techniques used. We made a rough assessment of the three techniques’ preparation abilities. In terms of the number of
repeated trails, it’s important to keep the request for two-dimensional sequenced options with subjective evaluation. The approach for graphical
showcase with order provides the best demonstration, however the technique for visual display delivers quality demonstration.

Keywords: Computer Graphics, 3D Graphics and Realism, Virtual Reality, Demonstration and Material Gateway, Sensorial input and O/I, Client Experience, Information Interface.

[This article belongs to Journal of Control & Instrumentation(joci)]

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Volume 14
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Received April 14, 2023
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Published May 30, 2023