Polyrhythmic Bimanual Coordination Training using Haptic Force Feedback

05/11/2020
by   Ramy Mounir, et al.
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It is challenging to develop two thoughts at the same time or perform two uncorrelated motions simultaneously. This work looks specifically towards training humans to perform a 2:3 polyrhythmic bimanual ratio using haptic force feedback devices (SensAble Phantom OMNI). We implemented an interactive training session to help participants learn to decouple their hand motions quickly. Three subjects (2 Females, 1 Male) were tested and have successfully increased their scores after adaptive training durations of under five minutes.

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