Under a research effort sponsored by the U.S. Army Tank Automotive Research, Development, and Engineering Center
(TARDEC), we are exploring technologies that can be used to provide an operator with the ability to more intuitively
control high-degree of freedom arms while providing the operator with haptic feedback to more effectively interact with
the environment. This paper highlights the results of the research as well as early test results on a number of prototype
systems currently in development. We will demonstrate advantages and disadvantages of some of the leading approaches
to intuitive control and haptic feedback.