Touch interface analysis for virtual reality

Jhon Edwin Vera, Jhon Fredy Bayona, Andres Torres


In control is common talk of point operation for stability of systems. These paper your mind the model haptic and interface analyzing the signals input and output. Is important highlight that in market there many applications on the same principle and important that have in changing industry. Works according to two ports for achieve system stability by means of some variables and analyzes the communication through different interfaces .


Touch; bioengineering; stability; virtual environment

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