Meet HUG: a haptic user interface for teleoperated robots that can measure human movements and display forces from remote environments. As this video shows, the DLR Bimanual Haptic Device consists of two lightweight robot arms with adjustable mounting positions.
Each arm comes with torque and position sensors in each joint. 3D visualization is provided through a head-mounted display. Pedals can be used for additional functions.
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