Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Haptic Technology - Intelligent Approach to Future Man-Machine Interaction

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Academic Editor

Ahmad Hoirul Basori
Ahmad Hoirul Basori

King Abdulaziz University,
Saudi Arabia

Co-editors

Sharaf J. Malebary
Sharaf J. Malebary

King Abdulaziz University,
Saudi Arabia

Omar M. Barukab
Omar M. Barukab

King Abdulaziz University,
Saudi Arabia

Published17 August 2022

Doi10.5772/intechopen.94628

ISBN978-1-80355-067-1

Print ISBN978-1-80355-066-4

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-1-80355-068-8

Copyright year2022

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Open access  chapters

1. Introductory Chapter: Intelligent Approach to Future Man - Machine Interaction

By Ahmad Hoirul Basori and Andi Besse Firdausiah Mansur

87
2. Robot Perception Based on Vision and Haptic Feedback for Fighting the COVID-19 Pandemic

By Ahmad Hoirul Basori, Omar M. Barukab, Sharaf Jameel Malebary and Andi Besse Firdausiah Mansur

79
3. Perspective Chapter: Evolution of User Interface and User Experience in Mobile Augmented and Virtual Reality Applications

By Peter J. Van de Broek, Clement Onime, James O. Uhomobhi and Mattia Santachiara

196
4. A Proposal of Haptic Technology to be Used in Medical Simulation

By Pablo Sánchez-Sánchez, José Daniel Castro-Díaz, Alejandro Gutiérrez-Giles and Javier Pliego-Jiménez

217
5. How to Use Haptic Technology in Interactive Digital Documentation of Heritage

By Vladimír Hain, Roman Hajtmanek and Dušan Kočlík

353

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