Date of Award
Thesis - Open Access
Master of Science in Human Factors & Systems
Human Factors and Systems
Steven Hall, Ph.D.
Christina Frederick-Recascino, Ph.D.
Dennis Vincenzi, Ph.D.
Sathya Gangadharan, Ph.D.
The purpose of this study was to evaluate direct and indirect viewing of a remote manipulation. With continued exploration of inner and outer space, the ability to directly manipulate objects is lost due to the nature of operating in harsh environments. Remote viewing and operation of equipment is used in such things as the space shuttle manipulator arm, orthoscopic surgery, undersea exploration, and hazardous material management. Most of these operations do not have the luxury of direct viewing. This study will compare the effects of direct viewing vs. indirect viewing from three different viewing distances of 20cm, 60cm and 100cm.
Scholarly Commons Citation
Plishka, Stephen N., "An Experimental Investigation of Direct and Indirect Viewing of a Remote Manipulation" (2002). Master's Theses - Daytona Beach. 168.