Marcos Hilsenrat

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Unaware haptic perception is often inferred but rarely demonstrated empirically. In this paper we present evidence for effects of unaware haptic stimuli on users' motor interaction with virtual objects. Using a 3D hapto-visual virtual reality, we ran a texture-difference-recognition test in which subjects glided a pen-like stylus along a virtual surface(More)
It is well known that unaware exposure to a visual stimulus increases the preferability of the associated object. In this study we examine whether the same phenomena occur for haptic stimuli. Using a touch-enabled virtual environment, we tested whether people that touch two virtual surfaces, which differ by imperceptible differences in roughness or(More)
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