The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Haptic technology, Actuator, Simulation, Object and Control theory. His Haptic technology study incorporates themes from Microprocessor, Computer hardware and Joystick. The Actuator study combines topics in areas such as Haptic sensation, Planar, Input device and Detent.
His study in Planar is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Computer vision and Artificial intelligence. His studies deal with areas such as Host and Human–computer interaction as well as Object. His Control theory research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Acoustics and Mechanism.
Louis B. Rosenberg mainly investigates Haptic technology, Actuator, Simulation, Object and Host. The concepts of his Haptic technology study are interwoven with issues in Microprocessor, Joystick and Computer vision. The various areas that he examines in his Actuator study include Acoustics, Planar and Signal.
His research in Simulation intersects with topics in Input device and Human–computer interaction. Louis B. Rosenberg has researched Object in several fields, including Control engineering, Orientation and Tracking. His Host research integrates issues from Hit-testing and Electrical engineering.
His primary scientific interests are in Haptic technology, Actuator, Simulation, Object and Control theory. His Haptic technology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Computer hardware and Computer vision. His work deals with themes such as Haptic sensation, Planar, Input device and Signal, which intersect with Actuator.
Louis B. Rosenberg focuses mostly in the field of Simulation, narrowing it down to matters related to Remote control and, in some cases, Battery. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Computer graphics, Host and Display device. His Control theory research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Acoustics, Sense, Pointing device and Rotation.
Louis B. Rosenberg mainly focuses on Haptic technology, Actuator, Simulation, Computer hardware and Haptic sensation. Haptic technology is closely attributed to Object in his research. His study in Object is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Joystick and Host.
His Actuator study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Input device and Support surface. His Simulation research incorporates elements of Cursor, Interfacing and Human–computer interaction. His studies in Haptic sensation integrate themes in fields like Planar, Computer vision and Touchpad.
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Haptic feedback for touchpads and other touch control
Louis B. Rosenberg;James R. Riegel.
Method and apparatus for controlling force feedback interface systems utilizing a host computer
Louis B. Rosenberg;Adam C. Braun;Mike D. Levin.
Safe and low cost computer peripherals with force feedback for consumer applications
Louis B. Rosenberg;Adam C. Braun;Bruce M. Schena.
Virtual fixtures: Perceptual tools for telerobotic manipulation
ieee virtual reality conference (1993)
Haptic interface for laptop computers and other portable devices
Erik J. Shahoian;Bruce M. Schena;Louis B. Rosenberg.
Method and apparatus for providing force feedback to the user of an interactive computer simulation
Louis B. Rosenberg.
Method and apparatus for controlling human-computer interface systems providing force feedback
Louis B. Rosenberg;Bernard G. Jackson.
Method and apparatus for tracking the position and orientation of a stylus and for digitizing a 3-D object
Louis B. Rosenberg;Bruce M. Schena;Bernard G. Jackson.
Computer interface apparatus including linkage having flex
Louis B. Rosenberg;Bruce M. Schena.
Control knob with multiple degrees of freedom and force feedback
Michael D. Levin;Kenneth M. Martin;Bruce M. Schena;Adam C. Braun.
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