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A Study of Mounting Methods for Tactors Using an Elastic Polymer

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A Study of Mounting Methods for Tactors Using an Elastic Polymer
Vibrotactile displays are expected to be useful and effective tools for presenting personal information. However, various external factors, such as the orientation of the tactor or pressure applied to it, affect the consistency of the vibration. Here, we propose a new robust mounting method for a traditional tactor using an elastic polymer. Results from simulated experiments using FEM and a user study indicate that our proposed method provides more consistent vibrotactile sensation than conventional methods, independent of outside forces. CR Categories: H.5.2 [Information Interfaces and Presentation]: User Interfaces - Haptic I/O
Haruo Noma, Yasukimi Hashida, Kenji Susami, Kenich
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where HAPTICS
Authors Haruo Noma, Yasukimi Hashida, Kenji Susami, Kenichi Hosaka, Yasuyuki Yanagida, Robert W. Lindeman, Yuichiro Kume
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