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EuroHaptics 2010 Award Page

Awards. Four sponsored awards were awarded at the EuroHaptics 2010 Conference.

Best Paper Award. The EuroHaptics 2010 Best Paper Award was won by Michael Wiertlewski for his paper "Causality Inversion In The Reproduction of Roughness". His 500 prize was sponsored by Force Dimension.

As an engineering and service support company geared to the needs of the most demanding users, Force Dimension has developed a high-end haptic device which can be easily customised to various industry needs and is straightforward to integrate. Force Dimension build the most user-friendly and powerful haptic force feedback system on the market to provide the best-in-class solution for a wide range of application areas. For more information about Force Dimension, please visit http://www.forcedimension.com


Best Poster Award. The EuroHaptics 2010 Best Poster Award was won by Raoul Bongers. His 500 prize was sponsored by Noldus Information Technologies.

For more information about Noldus Information Technologies, please visit http://www.noldus.com/


Best Demo Award. The EuroHaptics 2010 Best Demo Award was won by Staas de Jong. His 500 prize was sponsored by Moog.

Moog is a worldwide manufacturer of precicion control components and systems. Moog also develops and markets advanced electro-mechanical and hydro-mechanical control systems that provide precise force-, position- or acceleration characteristics relevant to specific customer needs. For more information about Moog, please visit http://www.moog.com


Best Presentation Award. The EuroHaptics 2010 Best Presentation Award was won by Stephen Redmond and Hiroyuki Kajimoto. Their 500 prize was sponsored by SensAble Technologies.

SensAble is a leading provider of 3D touch-enabled digital solutions for commercial software development, academic and commercial research, product design, and digital content creation. At the core of SensAble products is the PHANTOM line of haptic devices, which makes it possible for users to touch and manipulate virtual objects. For more information about SensAble Technologies, please visit http://www.sensable.com

 
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