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Perception of Mechanical Properties via Wrist Haptics: Effects of Feedback Congruence [article]

Mine Sarac and Massimiliano di Luca and Allison M. Okamura
2022 arXiv   pre-print
This study demonstrates that users can perceive mechanical properties via haptic feedback provided at the wrist with a consistent mapping between haptic feedback and interaction forces at the fingertips  ...  We performed an experiment where haptic devices at the wrist rendered either normal or shear feedback during manipulation of virtual objects with varying stiffness, mass, or friction properties.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors thank collaborators at Facebook Reality Labs and Triton Systems, Inc. for their guidance on this work.  ... 
arXiv:2204.05550v1 fatcat:vx6thq3p2jaahlwil2wv2ugpgy

HAPTIC: Haptic Anatomical Positioning to Improve Clinical Monitoring [chapter]

Daniel M. Gay-Betton, Parisa Alirezaee, Jeremy R. Cooperstock, Joseph J. Schlesinger
2017 Proceedings of the Conference on Design and Semantics of Form and Movement - Sense and Sensitivity, DeSForM 2017  
Although the wrist is an obvious default, based on the success of smartwatches and fitness monitors, wearable devices below the elbow are disallowed in aseptic procedural environments.  ...  We hypothesized that haptic perception would be approximately equivalent at the wrist and ankle, and confirmed this experimentally.  ...  In this study, we have shown that the ankle offers a location for which haptic perception properties are similar to the wrist.  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.71111 fatcat:s4mlmznevnayjlndxm3ngwd57u

The dominance of haptics over audition in controlling wrist velocity during striking movements

Yinan Cao, Bruno L. Giordano, Federico Avanzini, Stephen McAdams
2016 Experimental Brain Research  
also by an extrinsic input-the striking velocity of the user.  ...  Alternatively, these interindividual differences might originate from previous experience with tool-based interactions with objects.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00221-015-4529-9 pmid:26790425 pmcid:PMC4785215 fatcat:3hhfpo733nernlaniqryul2dom

Desktop Haptic Interface for Simulation of Hand-Tremor

Gastone Pietro Rosati Papini, Marco Fontana, Massimo Bergamasco
2016 IEEE Transactions on Haptics  
The developed tool is based on a wrist-attached haptic interface with a workspace that is comparable to that of the arm of the user.  ...  The control of the device is based on a custom trajectory-tracking algorithm that takes as input tremor signals that are acquired on patients using an optical motion tracking system.  ...  SYSTEM DESCRIPTION Haptic Interface Different possible strategies and devices capable of introducing an artificial tremor on the hand of healthy users were analysed in [8] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/toh.2015.2504971 pmid:26642457 fatcat:7vefgcnaufdfbccumsytth2q6m

Haptic Revolver

Eric Whitmire, Hrvoje Benko, Christian Holz, Eyal Ofek, Mike Sinclair
2018 Proceedings of the 2018 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - CHI '18  
Haptic Revolver's core haptic element is an actuated wheel that raises and lowers underneath the fnger to render contact with a virtual surface.  ...  Because the controller is spatially tracked, these physical features can be spatially registered with the geometry of the virtual environment and rendered on-demand.  ...  This can reduce the amount of disturbance caused to the user. Wheel Reversal: As an alternative strategy, we simply reverse the wheel direction before a collision occurs.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3173574.3173660 dblp:conf/chi/WhitmireBHOS18 fatcat:lqo3lcpfb5d6vha3taij76ycje

Perceptual Issues Improve Haptic Systems Performance [chapter]

Marco Vicentini, Debora Botturi
2010 Advances in Haptics  
On one hand, there are guidelines for the design of an effective interface, from a human factors points of view, which include perceptual issues related to the cognitive and information processing of the  ...  From its beginnings, as a mean to handle radioactive materials and to reduce human presence in dangerous areas, teleoperation and haptics have also become an interaction modality with computer generated  ...  Once the base code allows a wide set of example and a fast building process we will use them as an "how to" for our library, to allow an easy and fast startup time for new users.  ... 
doi:10.5772/8711 fatcat:mdn7s42h6rfp5g47xebaokgq7a

Haptics as an Interaction Modality [chapter]

Christian Hatzfeld
2014 Springer Series on Touch and Haptic Systems  
On one side, several concepts for describing interaction are presented in Sect. 2.2, and on the other side, the physiological and psychophysical bases of haptic perception are discussed in Sect. 2.1.  ...  This chapter focuses on the biological and behavioral basics of the haptic modality.  ...  haptic feedback to the user via the perception path P .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4471-6518-7_2 fatcat:trzctahdzzad3kb2kx2mpw6nve

Sensitivity to haptic sound-localisation cues

Mark D. Fletcher, Jana Zgheib, Samuel W. Perry
2021 Scientific Reports  
A recent study showed that CI users locate sounds substantially better when these cues are provided through haptic stimulation on each wrist.  ...  Furthermore, the usable dynamic range for haptic stimulation on the wrists was found to be around four times larger than for CIs.  ...  study, and to Ben Lineton for useful discussion on the experiment design.  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41598-020-79150-z pmid:33431929 fatcat:oxnlh6uucbggzi6zymv62fypbu

Cooperative human-robot haptic navigation

S. Scheggi, M. Aggravi, F. Morbidi, D. Prattichizzo
2014 2014 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA)  
via a custom-designed vibro-tactile bracelet.  ...  This paper proposes a novel use of haptic feedback for human navigation with a mobile robot.  ...  haptic bracelet based, however, on different working principles.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icra.2014.6907245 dblp:conf/icra/ScheggiAMP14 fatcat:awpby57ybnddzetl7mues52nti

Improvising design with a Haptic Instrument

Oliver S. Schneider, Karon E. MacLean
2014 2014 IEEE Haptics Symposium (HAPTICS)  
In this paper, we introduce an alternative design approach inspired by musical instruments -a new tool for real-time, collaborative manipulation of haptic sensations; and describe a first example, mHIVE  ...  This is especially troublesome for pleasurable, affectively targeted interactions that rely on subjective user experience.  ...  Future work will build on this base as we continue to examine the haptic design process.  ... 
doi:10.1109/haptics.2014.6775476 dblp:conf/haptics/SchneiderM14 fatcat:jadic5qhhfhe7itaqmxvnuy6ty

Haptic perception

Astrid M.L. Kappers, Wouter M. Bergmann Tiest
2013 Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science  
Fueled by novel applications, interest in haptic perception is growing. This paper provides an overview of the state of the art of a number of important aspects of haptic perception.  ...  Knowledge about haptic perception is interesting from a fundamental viewpoint, but it also is of eminent importance in the technological development of haptic devices.  ...  They also showed that thresholds do depend on exploration strategy.  ... 
doi:10.1002/wcs.1238 pmid:26304224 fatcat:2wh7sollqvfbvjwtdjlvdmsno4

Human-Robot Formation Control via Visual and Vibrotactile Haptic Feedback

Stefano Scheggi, Fabio Morbidi, Domenico Prattichizzo
2014 IEEE Transactions on Haptics  
Psychophysical tests on the bracelet together with real-world experiments conducted with a team of Pioneer robots show the effectiveness of the proposed visuo-haptic paradigm for the coordination of mixed  ...  In this paper we present a new visuo-haptic interaction mechanism for human-robot formation control. The formation setup consists of a human leader and multiple follower robots.  ...  In this paper an intuitive haptic bracelet is designed to correct the trajectory of the human leader, according to the formation specifics.  ... 
doi:10.1109/toh.2014.2332173 pmid:25532150 fatcat:xqclpe64jbdxxpptsgxt3n5t24

Hand Guidance Using Grasping Metaphor and Wearable Haptics

Tommaso Lisini Baldi, Nicole D'Aurizio, Domenico Prattichizzo
2020 2020 IEEE Haptics Symposium (HAPTICS)  
In this work, we propose a novel method for hand guidance, combining grasping metaphor and wearable haptics.  ...  To guide the hand towards the desired orientation, the system generates vibrations exploiting the grasp theory, asking the user to align the perceived wrench with the gravity.  ...  System description With the aim to provide the user with an immediate knowledge on how to interact with the proposed system, the guidance policy here described implements an interface metaphor based on  ... 
doi:10.1109/haptics45997.2020.ras.hap20.3.3eea0b25 dblp:conf/haptics/BaldiDP20 fatcat:krje5z6jnjdyteenjhkdq7stwi

Toward Haptic Communication: Tactile Alphabets Based on Fingertip Skin Stretch

Yoren Gaffary, Ferran Argelaguet Sanz, Maud MARCHAL, Adrien Girard, Florian Gosselin, Mathieu Emily, Anatole Lecuyer
2018 IEEE Transactions on Haptics  
(3) a display of Roman letters based on the Unistrokes alphabet.  ...  All three alphabets (26 letters each) were evaluated through a user study in terms of recognition rate, intuitiveness and learnability.  ...  The haptic modality could thus provide an interesting alternative to convey information. Creating a tactile alphabet is a complex task [1] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/toh.2018.2855175 pmid:30004891 fatcat:xrnpy3fbkbgafk2d3iyqft7ysu

Haptics for the Development of Fundamental Rhythm Skills, Including Multi-limb Coordination [chapter]

Simon Holland, Anders Bouwer, Oliver Hödl
2018 Springer Series on Touch and Haptic Systems  
We present a range of applications of the Haptic Bracelets, which are computer-controlled wireless vibrotactile devices, one attached to each wrist and ankle.  ...  Haptic pulses are used to guide users in playing rhythmic patterns that require multi-limb coordination.  ...  In simple terms, the bracelets are wearable haptic devices designed to be worn by an individual (or, for some applications, by pairs of individuals, or groups) on all four limbs (two wrists and two ankles  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-58316-7_11 fatcat:egrcabi7mbhqvlmxt34riu7odu
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