Collaboration Is the Key To Success in 3D Development Project

n the early 1990s, MIT graduate student Thomas Massie, along with Kenneth Salisbury, then a principal research scientist at MIT’s Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, developed a haptic device for touching 3D computer data as Massie’s thesis project. The device, named Phantom, achieved wide recognition at MIT and within the wider research community for its ability to “touch” and manipulate virtual objects on a computer screen. prototype and low-volume production quantities.



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