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Reducing jerk for bimanual control with virtual reality (2019)
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Hill, S. (in press). Reducing jerk for bimanual control with virtual reality. (Thesis). University of Salford

This work explores interaction in virtual environments where bimanual operations lacking kinematic constraints, such as a pair of tracked controllers held in free space, are mapped to a target object that obeys a constraint, such as a pair of gripper... Read More about Reducing jerk for bimanual control with virtual reality.