Fielding, Michael and Nahavandi, Saeid 2004, Highly programmable surface, in Mechatronics 2004 : 9th Mechatronics Forum International Conference, Ankara, 30 Aug-1 Sept 2004 : conference proceedings, Atilim University, Ankara, Turkey, pp. 577-582.
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Mechatronics 2004 : 9th Mechatronics Forum International Conference, Ankara, 30 Aug-1 Sept 2004 : conference proceedings
Erden, Abdulkadir Platin, Bulent E. Acar, Memis
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A highly programmable electro-mechanical surface is developed using an effective array of individual pins arranged in a gridform. Each pin can be independently raised or lowered to create a wide range of contoured surfaces. It was found that as the number of elements increased. high levels of accuracy could still be achieved. however the required processing power increased logarithmically. This finding was attributed to the large amounts of data being passed. and subsequently led to a second focus; various methods of data management and flow control techniques within large-scale multi elemental systems. Results indicated a large potential for highly programmable surfaces within industry to provide a computer controlled surface for rapid prototyping. The research also revealed the potential for such a device to be used as a HID within Haptic applications.
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