Cutaneous Force Feedback as a Sensory Subtraction Technique in Haptics

@article{Prattichizzo2012CutaneousFF,
  title={Cutaneous Force Feedback as a Sensory Subtraction Technique in Haptics},
  author={D. Prattichizzo and C. Pacchierotti and G. Rosati},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Haptics},
  year={2012},
  volume={5},
  pages={289-300}
}
  • D. Prattichizzo, C. Pacchierotti, G. Rosati
  • Published 2012
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • IEEE Transactions on Haptics
  • A novel sensory substitution technique is presented. Kinesthetic and cutaneous force feedback are substituted by cutaneous feedback (CF) only, provided by two wearable devices able to apply forces to the index finger and the thumb, while holding a handle during a teleoperation task. The force pattern, fed back to the user while using the cutaneous devices, is similar, in terms of intensity and area of application, to the cutaneous force pattern applied to the finger pad while interacting with a… CONTINUE READING
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