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2010
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Reflective Haptics: Enhancing Stylus-Based Interactions on Touch Screens

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Reflective Haptics: Enhancing Stylus-Based Interactions on Touch Screens
In this paper, we introduce the prototype of a low cost haptically augmented stylus for pen computing on touch screens. The stylus supports human-computer interaction through a dynamic haptic feedback. This reflective feedback is generated by a magnetically operated brake system. The feedback actuator is integrated in the stylus. Therefore, the pen supports the use of multiple styli on a single touch screen. The pen provides a broad scale of feedback – especially for the display of haptic surface cues. Hence, it is predestined for stroke gestures, as they are commonly used in crossing-based pen interfaces.
Götz Wintergerst, Ron Jagodzinski, Fabian Hem
Added 20 Jul 2010
Updated 20 Jul 2010
Type Conference
Year 2010
Where HAPTICS
Authors Götz Wintergerst, Ron Jagodzinski, Fabian Hemmert, Alexander Müller, Gesche Joost
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