Joseph Mullenbach

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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)
— 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.(More)
  • Joseph Mullenbach, Ed Colgate, Mike Blommer, Michael Peshkin, Pietro Buttolo, Reates Curry +5 others
  • 2013
Acknowledgements I would like to thank all of the study volunteers as well as those who contributed to the development and execution of this study and provided helpful critiques of previous versions of this paper. Special thanks to:
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