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van Lit, Casper (author)
The Rubber Hand Illusion is an illusion in which<br/>visual cues of stimulation on a fake hand are combined with<br/>synchronous tactile cues on a participant’s hand, which can<br/>induce a sense of bodily ownership of the fake hand. This<br/>technique does not facilitate synchronous movement of the<br/>hands, and asynchronous stimulation or...
master thesis 2018
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Gonzalez Ramirez, R.I. (author)
The use of telepresence becomes an alternative in scenarios such as deep sea maneuvers, inspection and maintenance in hazardous environments or aerial surveillance tasks, amongst some other robotic tasks. In some of these cases, human deployment might be dangerous, expensive and even not possible yet. Because of the wide variety and increasing...
master thesis 2015
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Wajon, L.V. (author)
Teleoperation is widely used in human-hostile or otherwise inaccessible environments. However, using teleoperation to perform a task is more difficult than performing the task directly. A main factor for this is limited telepresence due to the absence or distortion of natural sensory feedback. An interesting possibility to increase telepresence...
master thesis 2015
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Van Schie, A.P.M. (author)
This master thesis describes the design of an elderly community platform for YoooM, a touchscreen telepresence device that is currently being put on the market. The objective of YoooM is to allow users the best possible contact over distance. To enable this, the system is equipped with two large screens and two cameras that give a life-sized...
master thesis 2012
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Piplani, A. (author)
This thesis presents a remote vision system designed to be used for telepresence applications. Telepresence is essentially being able to assert one's presence at a remote location. Being able to see and talk to people in another corner of the world is one method of telepresence we have come to know as video conferencing. As technologies evolve,...
master thesis 2010
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Wisse, A.C.T. (author)
This master thesis started with the assignment to redesign a telepresence software in order to make it suitable for an online exhibition visit. This assignment was formulated by the art collective Cybercity Ruhr, who planned two exhibitions for the second half of 2010. During these exhibitions the teenagers’ view on the future of cities is shown...
master thesis 2010
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