Riccardo DeSalvo

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—A new class of very low noise low-frequency force-balance accelerometers is presented. The device has been designed for advanced mirror isolation systems of interferometric gravita-tional wave detectors. The accelerometer consists of a small mono-lithic folded pendulum with 2 s of natural period and an in-vacuum mechanical quality factor of 3000. The(More)
Recent advances in haptic technology have focused on delivering haptic vibrations to the user's hand, either through touched physical surfaces (or objects) with embedded haptic devices or through worn (or held) haptic feedback devices such as a gloves or controllers. In most of these devices, the sensation of touch is controlled by modulating either the(More)
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