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Sensory substitution systems provide their users with environmental information through a human sensory channel (eye, ear, or skin) different from that normally used or with the information processed… (More)
Electrical stimulation of the sense of touch may be used to display pictorial information to blind computer users via a fingertip-scanned (haptic) touch tablet containing embedded electrodes. This… (More)
A new method to measure the dynamic range of electrotactile (electrocutaneous) stimulation uses both steepest ascent (gradient) and one-variable-at-a-time methods to determine the waveform variables… (More)
Six subjects participated in a study to determine their ability to identify simple geometric patterns on a 49-point fingertip-scanned electrotactile display and on an array of Braille-like raised… (More)
A general-purpose electrotactile (electrocutaneous) stimulation system has been developed as a research tool for studying psychophysiological performance associated with various stimulation… (More)