The Impact of Computer-Simulated Haptic Force Feedback on Learning

Tuesday, March 27 | 4:30PM–6:15PM | Innovation Hall B
Session Type: Professional Development

Many scientific, mathematic, and engineering concepts often require learners to build abstract mental models that involve invisible factors, such as intangible force fields and interactions among charged particles. This parlor will demonstrate the use of haptics devices and visualization to improve student learning and retention in science, math, and engineering.


  • Gary Bertoline

    Distinguished Professor of Computer Graphics and Assistant Dean, Purdue University

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