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Training effects of a visual aid on haptic sensitivity in a needle insertion task
2012 IEEE Haptics Symposium (HAPTICS)
This paper describes an experiment conducted to measure human's haptic sensitivity and the effects of haptic training with and without visual aid on a needle insertion task. The haptic training protocol consisted of a needle insertion task using duallayer silicon samples. A visual aid was provided as a multimodal cue for haptic perception. Results show that for a novices' group, training with a visual aid inhibited haptic perception. Hence, haptic skills must be trained differently from visuo-motor skills.doi:10.1109/haptic.2012.6183791 dblp:conf/haptics/MonzonCDC12 fatcat:vcdsf6d7i5d23dih5exv7kio7y