Joseph Mullenbach

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We introduce a new haptic force feedback device – the eShiver – for creating lateral shear force on the bare fingertip. The eShiver uses in-plane oscillatory motion of a variable-friction electroadhesive surface operating at 55Hz. A set of experiments performed with an artificial finger is used to elucidate the performance characteristics of this device. A(More)
We describe a new haptic force feedback device capable of creating lateral shear force on a bare fingertip-the eShiver. The eShiver creates a net lateral force from in-plane oscillatory motion of a surface synchronized with a "friction switch" based on Johnsen-Rahbek electroadhesion. Using an artificial finger, a maximum net lateral force of ±300 mN is(More)
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