Recent Advances in Haptic Rendering & Applications

David Johnson

David Johnson is a research scientist at the University of Utah, School of Computing, where he also received his PhD. His primary research interest is in distance algorithms for haptic rendering, motivated by the needs of virtual prototyping applications. He has given invited talks at Ford Motor Company, Intel Research, and Institute for Mathematics and its Applications on these topics. In addition, he was a speaker at a Solid Modeling 2001 tutorial on haptic rendering.

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