Novel Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality Interface Using A Self-Powered Triboelectric-Based Virtual Reality 3D Control Sensor
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Chengkuo Lee is a Joint-appointed SMTS (Senior member of technical staff) of IME (Institute of Microelectronics), A*STAR, Singapore, and a member of The Materials Research Society, the IEEE, and IEE Japan.

                       

Novel Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality Interface Using A Self-Powered Triboelectric-Based Virtual Reality 3D Control Sensor

Developing a multisource information fusion and interactive system is important for applications in virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR). Particularly, the real-time understanding of human interaction intentions from related information has become a major technology trend of the VR and AR system. As a subset of AR, VR provides completely virtual information that is mainly for creating a sense of immersion. AR is based on the superimposing of virtual scenes and reality, which can provide more real information. In...

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