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Actuators/Isolators, replacement

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Actuators/Isolators, replacement
Part #: RXHDS

Replacement actuators and isolators for the HDS100 Haptic Delivery System for tactile feedback during virtual reality experiments. Actuators are placed under chair legs or on a platform and deliver vibrations based on the VR environment (e.g., movement of elevators).

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Part #: RXHDS
Categories: Stimulation - Research, VR/Immersive - Research
Subcategories: Haptic (Tactile) Stimulation - Research, Haptic Delivery - Research

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