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AR
2008
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Human Perception of Pneumatic Tactile Cues
The ability to combine tactile, on-the-skin, sensory cues with the kinesthetic ones that widely available force-feedback devices are able to produce is a desirable one, opening th...
Yeongmi Kim, Ian Oakley, Jeha Ryu
HAPTICS
2007
IEEE
14 years 1 months ago
Role of vision on haptic length perception
When a human recognize length of an object while exploring it with their index finger, haptic and visual sensation both provide information for estimating the length of the object...
Akinori Kumazaki, Kazunori Terada, Akira Ito
MHCI
2009
Springer
14 years 1 months ago
A language of tactile motion instructions
Tactile motion instructions are vibrotactile feedback patterns delivered across the entire body that indicate how to move during physical activities. This work investigates the pe...
Daniel Spelmezan, Anke Hilgers, Jan O. Borchers
MMSP
2008
IEEE
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14 years 1 months ago
Vibrotactile jacket for perception enhancement
—By nature, human beings perceive their environment mostly using sight and audition. Vibrotactile feedback has proven satisfying results in the domains of simple multimodal inter...
Sylvain Cardin, Daniel Thalmann